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"If I can be of any help, please let me know." 



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EOICATIC 




A man of quiet reserve, 

extreme dedication, and deep devotion 

to the students of Westfield State College; 

Mr. William Kirk 

stands among us as a 

strong figure on an apathetic campus. 

This dedication 

is merely an expression of gratitude 

for the many hours of service 

which he has unfailingly given individuals 

and groups since his arrival in 1970. 

His awareness of society's problems and 

efforts to solve them 

serves as an excellent example toevery graduate 

as he faces the difficulties 

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"We must live together as brothers or perish 
together as fools." 

Martin Luther King 




"Nothing would be done at all if a man waited 
till he could do it so well that no one could 
find fault with it." 

Cardinal Newman 



"To err is human. I'm uncomfortable around 
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WHAT IS A 
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A Kraziiign or Crazy Line as it is better known to all Tekoa staffers is a vehicle for 
carrying the theme throughout the book. The editors feel that many of the serious 
events and humerous incidents are lost from a traditional yearbook because they 
are not significant enough to merit a page of coverage. We have, therefore, instituted 
this line which, as you will see, is filled with candids, names, news, jokes, quotes, 
and anecdotes. It is our sincere desire to present as much of this year as is humanly 
possible. We think you will enjoy the Kraziiign . . you will also discover something 
new each time you look at it, that is, if you are observant!! 




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Our esteemed president, Dr. Robert L. Randolph 
has a history which might surprise a few of you 
dedicated Westfield State College students. Re- 
member the great Carriage Days, or are you famil- 
iar with "Poor Richards," the new late night 
place to be?" Well back at good ol' DePauw 
University in "Would you believe?" Greencastle, 
Ind. Dr. Randolph frequented "the Fluttering 
Duck." This hot spot was located in the center 
of campus and it proved to be the gathering 
place for many of the young fraternity boys. 
Aside from such extra-curricular activities, 
Dr. Randolph also pursued the more serious hobby 
of playing the bass fiddle. Many of Harvey's 
employees will be pleased to hear that you are 
not alone, Dr. Randolph worked in the cafeteria 
earning one meal per hour. Following graduation 
he joined the Navy and later resumed his educa- 
tion at the University of III. which was located 
in the town of Urbana. 





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Soccer Team Breaks Four School Records! As the W.S.C. Soccer 
Team captured the N.C.A.A. New England Regional title and 
placed third in the country in Division III of the N.C.A.A., they 
also broke four school records along the way. Dennis Dugas and 
All ie Goncalves, this season's high scorers, helped break the 
record for total goals and the record for total assists. The great 
defense work by Mike Walker, Kenny McCarron, Carl Steele, 
Steve Mancini, and Gary Rodrigues aided the team in capturing 
the title for most wins in a season. Billy Lownds single- 
handedly broke the school record for most consecutive games 

played. 

Awards 

Most Prominant Freshman — Chris Lynch 

Best Defense — Kenny McCarron 

Best Offense — Dennis Dugas 

Coach's Award — Mike Walker 

Most Versatile — Carl Steele 

Athletic Department Award — All ie Goncalves 




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M.S.C. All Stars 

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Kenny McCarron 

Dennis Dugas 

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The game of Soccer isn't only the contestants. The enthusiasm and spirit expressed by the fans will reflect in the game played. A great deal of this 
year's successful season may be attributed to the loyal spectators, many of whom even followed the team nine hundred miles to a third place National 
finish. 




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Captain Nancy Page led the Women's Tennis Team in a 6-3 season. The very capable team 
defeated all of the State Colleges in their division. Freshman Mary Jo D'Arcy, the team's 
number one single, went to Yale for the New England Inter-Collegiate Tennis Tournament 
sponsored by the United States Lawn Tennis Association. 



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W.S.C. Men's Tennis Team members: John 
Morizio, Tony Delaporte, Tom Quesnel, 
Zigmund Sieczkowski, Mike Kelly, Bill 
Gregarian and Tom Damoulakis exhibited 
their skill by completing their regular 
season with a 6-1 record. John Morizio as 
the team's number one single went to the 
Massachusetts State College Conference 
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Led by Coach Mrs. Hank Stone and Offensive Capt. Janet Rushton, and 
Defensive Capt. Sue Morisee, the Women's Varsity Field Hockey Team had 
a record of 6-6-2. They won second place in the State College Tournament. 
Most of the games were played away, but a choice few were played on 
the new turf. Under the new coach, Mrs. Stone, the girls learned new 
techniques in conditioning and a different viewpoint in the game. The 
team triumphed over Springfield, Central Connecuit, Wesleyan, University 
of Rhode Island, Mount Holyoke, and the University of Bridgeport. Even 
with the lack of equipment the team did a great job and all of us are 
looking forward to a better season next fall. 



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Secondary Ed. 








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Opening the season with nine losses out of eleven 

games, the OWLS knew they had to pull together to 

make it through the rest of the season. With the help 

of Coach Matt Zunic and assistant coach Fran 

Friguglietti, the OWLS won all but three of the 

remaining thirteen games. Tommy Parks was the 

proverbial star of the team. As highest scorer of the 

season, Tommy also was chosen for the State School 

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The 1974-1975 Women's Basketball team was 
coached by newcomer Judy Urban and her assistant 
Patty Sullivan. Both varsity and junior varsity teams 
had whole new squads. Among the road games, the 
team played were Mount Holyoke, Wesleyan, Holy 
Cross, North Adams (all of which Westfield won), and 
Keen State, Smith College, U. Mass. and Springfield. 
The leading players in the varsity squad were junior 
— Lou Ann Symchk with an average of 16 points per 
game. Linda Quintile was the top player on the J.V. 
team along with Sheila Boranski, the leading 
rebounder. According to Patty Sullivan, "height was 
lacking on the team, but that was easily made up for 
by speed. The team contained great talent and when 
they return next year they will have an even 
stronger team." 





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Physical Ed. 



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Physical Ed. 




Joseph Tobia 
Elementary Ed. 




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Elementary Ed. 



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CROSS 
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Joseph Spitz 
Jim Dillon 
Barry Camille 
Kevin Dalton 
Michael Beard 
Jim Dillon 
Bill Cosgrove 



Bill Dillon 
Jim Ashe 
Mark Asaro 
Jim Stygles 
Jeff Sharpe 
Phil Karle 
Dan Dunn 




At season's opening the team's attitude was optimistic; a talented group of 

Freshmen combined with a solid nucleus 

of veterans held the makings for a Conference Championship 

Team. Unfortunately as the season progressed illness and 

injury hampered key individuals. The team placed second 

in the Mass. State College Conference and had a winning 

season of six wins and two losses. Co-captain Mike Beard, 

the first individual W.S.C. Cross Country runner to 

qualify for the Nationals was incapacitated due to a 

sudden illness. 



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Money! Money! Money! You wouldn't think running would be 
affected by money problems, but it was indeed! The indoor track 
budget was zero. With staunch team effort, two successful dances 
were held raising nine hundred dollars which was enough to carry 
the team through a successful 7-5 season. Seven individuals 
qualified for the New England Championships, the largest group 
ever from Westfield. 




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SPIRIT 
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Cheerleaders: Melinda Hanzarak (capt.), Nikfci Santiago (co-capt.), Betty 
Prunckun, Becca Russo, Ramona Kopacz, Sue Marcantonio, Penny Lewis, 
Eileen Thompson, Marguerite Foster, and Donna Chauvin. 




Barbara Corridan 
Psychology 




Fredrick Harling 
History 



The ten very energetic and lively girls that are seen 

at the basketball and soccer games contribute greatly 

to team support through their never ending spirit. 

Their enthusiasm even carried them as far as Illinois 

to cheer and encourage our soccer players. The 

Cheerleaders are important not only because they 

ignite the interest of the fans, but because they reflect 

a very positive image of the College Community. 




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"Grace Under 
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Joseph Pappalardo 
Secondary Ed. 




The Westfield State College Women's Varsity Gymnastic Team completed the 1974- 

1975 season with an impressive record of nine wins and three loses. Team members 

lleen Jarger, Barb Tierney, Laurie Drake, Nancy Clarke, Donna Knipe and Captain 

Barb Northup truly exhibited "grace under pressure" at their meets. Their hard work 

and determination resulted in increased expertise on the balance beam, in floor 

exercises, on the uneven parallel bars and in vaulting. 




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From left to right: Nancy Clark, Bonnie Doten, Barbara Tierney, Donna Knipe, Barbara Northup, Froggie the mascot, Laurie Drake, Patty Gearin, Eileen Jaeger, and 
Coach Sue Rasmussen. 




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The Men's Volleyball Team saw an exciting season 
as the OWLS took first place in the Massachusetts 
State College Tournament III Division. Captain Carl 
Steel, All New England player led the team in six 
wins, five losses. A compliment to the OWLS, Russ 
Authier, Carl Steel and Ross Nimchick were chosen 
for the Massachusetts All Star Team. 






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FINE ARTS FESTIVAL LAUNCHED 

WITH BALLOONS, FEATURES 

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What is Art? Thousands have asked the 

question, but for every opinion, 

there is always a differing view. 

The editors have included a Fine Arts Section 

this year 

in an attempt to consolidate the random 

coverage given to the arts in previous annuals. 

It is also hoped that a single section will 

emphasize the importance of art, music, 

drama, dance etc. and to show the 

influence of all artistic achievements 

on the student body. 



The Spring Festival's events this year were 

both numerous and entertaining. 

All departments combined efforts to provide 

variety across the wide spectrum 

of possible activities. 

Held from April thirteenth through the 

twenty-ninth, the festival included a 

performance by the Rhode Island Dance 

Repertory Company, Francis Fortier — violinist, 

Lilly Dumont — pianist, and a presentation by 

Rozaline Schneider — New York film critic. 

The most spectacular event of the festival 
was the "Launch" at which art majors paraded 
with wierd costumes and self-constructed kites. 
The best part of the Launch . . 

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The first major production of the year was Slawomir Mrozek's Tango. 
Director Frank Mello mixed just enough seriousness with absurdity, 
and the result was a hilarious stab at politics, sex, freedom, and 
philosophy. The cast was outstanding and it will be a long time before 
old, senile Uncle Eugene or the boorish Eddie are forgotten. Staring in 
the production were: Anne Martin, David Gosselin, Bill Walsh, Bill 
Roche, Dianne Bourgeois, Reginald Aubrey, and Kathy Van Vorse. 



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The Radio Theater of Westfield State College is an extension of the Radio 
Club and Theater providing the public with literature in classical and 

contemporary forms. 

Educational programs with literary merit can be entertaining or just 

entertaining literature can be educational. 

The new club is providing experiences in theater using the radio medium. 
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The purpose of the W.S.C. Readers' Theater is to provide an opportunity 
to present a concept in theater which is new to this community . 

Its membership is open to all students interested in this goal. The Oral 
Interpretation Class of fall semester 74 staged one example of such a 
theater in their production "Man Read Naked". 

Science fiction, jazz, poetry and fantasy played major roles in the February 
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"Fantastics" was performed as a workshop in one act last year. It suceeded so well 

that it was produced as a major musical by the Music Theater Guild this year. A 

light musical comedy "Fantastics" was made even more enjoyable by the excellent 

acting and for the most part good vocal solos and harmonizing. Major roles were 

played by Laura Lezon, Zigmund Sieczkowski, Steven Harris, David Brown, Murray 

Schwartz, Mike McSweeney, Gary Hebert, and Sandy Tracky. 



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Lezon, middle left: Dave Brown and Murray Schwartz middle right: Zig Siecz- 
kowski and Sandy Tracky, bottom left: Laura and Gary Hebert, bottom right: 
Zig and Mike, this page — top: Steve Harris, middle left: Zig Sieczkowski and 
Gary Hebert, middle right: Sandy Tracky and Dave Brown, bottom Zig, Steve, 
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the Symphonic Wind Ensemble 

contributes to the musical culture 

of our campus 

and the surrounding area. 

Pictured here at a concert for 

the City of Westfield, is the Ensemble 

and the appreciative audience. 

The group is directed 

by Peter J. Demos. 





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CHORALE 



The Westfield State College Chorale, in it's second year, has participated in two 

choral festivals, and has conducted several tours at many local colleges and 

public schools. Composed of thirty-eight auditioned members and directed by 

Dr. Prindle, the chorale sings predominantly classical, Renaissance style music 

such as: "Jubilate Deo," and Bach Chorales. 




The Westfield State College String Ensemble performs music by Correlli 
and Vivaldi both to the campus and the Westfield community. The 
ensemble, which is open to new members presently boasts eight 
members. The instruments include piano, violin, viola, cello, and bass. 



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The Westfield Stage College Chorale dir- 
ected by Mr. Prindle is open to all students 
but requires an audition for eligibility. The 
Chorale features a high quality, serious mu- 
sic such as a Bach Motet entitled "Jesus 
Priceless Treasure" and Jean Berger's "Bra- 
zilian Psalm". Mr. Prindle's own composi- 
tions are often sung by the group. Each 
spring the Chorale embarks on a tour which 
takes them to many area schools. Next 
Spring, with a Bicentennial theme in mind 
the Chorale plans to tour Philadelphia and 
Washington, D.C. 

What can be said about the art of Ken 
Manzer? 

Ken Manzer turned Dever Auditorium into a 
romantic musical wonderland with his Oc- 
tober piano concert. 

He completly captured the mood of the 
audience by playing such songs as "The 
First Time Ever I Saw Your face" and "Kill- 
ing Me Softly." 

He continued with two medlies, one by 
Gershwin and one by Bacharach. 
The Bacharach medley ending the perfor- 
mance with "The World Is A Circle". 
The audience eagerly awaited every song, 
every chord, every note that came from the 
musical master as he gave a performance 
which left everyone in awe, begging for 
more. 




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The Women's Glee Club and Men's Choir consist of a total of seventy students. No auditions 
are required to join the group. Both the Women's and Men's Clubs are open to everyone on 
campus. Both groups perform independently of and accompanied by each other. 





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Susan Page — Editor-in-Chief 

Suzanne Dalessio — Poetry Editors 
Maureen Krawczyk 

Jane Prescott — Prose Editors 
Joan Delucca 

Eleanor Grigas — Art Editors 
David Brezina 



George Camara — Faculty Advisor 

Frank Mello — Literary Judges 
Thelma Shinn 
Celeste Loughman 

Harry Weisburd — Art Judges 
Pat Conant 
Bernard McMahon 



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striking shades of grey-black 
were glassily blown 

around our self-same existence 
of falling northampton leaves 

my plaid-skirted desolation 

blew dome shaped isolation, 
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but we were so Victorian then 
never knowing jars, 
never knowing the lid 

would someday 

snuff us out 

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speak to me 

of glass containers 
so i will not suffocate 

under the glass dome 

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And the small rebellion in me stretched and grew 

'til it seemed that there would be an outbreak at any moment 
and I would have to leave the room. 

He up front spoke fast words 
while I drew doodles in the margins 

and thought out through the window to quite another place. 
And he scratched screeching diagrams, 

while I tried to hear a distant muffled tune, 
and my shackled spirit screamed to up and dance to it 

and shock them all. 
But no, I did not move, 

I have asked for this confinement, 
I have accepted this self sacrifice, 

I have deemed it necessary; 
and yet it still feels awkward at times like this, 

and the balance again seems a little tilted. 

Tom Sawyer 







Persona Literary Magazine dedicates itself to publishing literary manuscripts and art work by 

students of Westfield. Four cash prizes are awarded each year in recognition of poetry, art, 

and cover design. This year Tom Sawyer was awarded the poetry prize, George Chartier the 

prose prize, Elaine Tormanian the art prize, and E. Lee Connolly the cover design award. The 

magazine is published at the close of the year. 




EPITHALAMIUM 

Chains wore the bride 
strained links of tintears 
rusted remainders of tradition 
yoked to the bodice 

An alloyed alliance 

wed locked 

in knotted nuptials 
Captured by sanctified sanctions 
estranged from the face of unlicensed love 
uplifted in silence 
awaiting pronounced sentence 

Suzanne Dalessio 



She was dark tunnels with lightless ways, 

Like strange flowers that refuse to bud at day. 

Her beauty was only half seen in the daylight 

and in her chosen night she bloomed full and 
had eyes that shed a wonderous strange light. 

Laura Lee 





Reginald T. Aubry 
Judi Lundin 
Valerie Hawkes 
Tom Sawyer 
Rex Stevens 
Laura Lee 
A.G. 

Maureen Krawczyk 
Mary Bohdanowicz 
M. Uliana 
Kathi Cosgrove 
David Brezina 
Pam Greene 
J. Stoeckel 
Mary Coleman 
E. Tormanian 
Christy Dabkowski 
Lisa Grayton 
George Chartier 
Jane Prescott 
Stephen Gengel 
C. Cass 
E. Lee Connolly 









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. . . And there was the night that no one in Word Analysis got any 
sleep would anyone like to buy a few phonic cards? 



"My supervisor told me there would be days like this, too bad he 
didn't tell me it would be like this every day." 






Dennis Keily 
Music 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 

The Westfield chapter of the Dramatic Honor Society, Alpha Psi 
Omega is Pi Psi East. Membership in the society requires 
involvement in Footlighters and the recitation of twelve lines of 
Shakespeare, which have been committed to memory. Mr. Mello as 
advisor to the group, and David Gosselin, as President, aid in 
organizing colloquiums and speakers on special subjects dealing 
with or relating to the theatre. 



Harvey Roazen 
Psychology 






"Oedipus Rex", written by Sophocles and 
directed by David Gosselin was performed April 
sixteenth through the eighteenth in cooperation 
with Alpha Psi Omega. Although it was slow 
paced at times, "Oedipus Rex" was well set, 
costumed, directed and acted. 

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Oedipus 


Mike Hinkel 


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Lisa Grayton 


Creon 


Laura Lezon 


Teirasis 


A.J. Morin 


Choragoas 


Colleen M. Whalen 


Suppliants and chorus 


Linda LaPlant 




Jessica Petrella 




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Megan Stewart 


Shepard 


David Gosselin 


Messengers 


Tony Gillylan 


Ismene 


Pam M. Anderson 


Antigone 


Carol M. Jacques 



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TEKOA, A DEDICATED ORGANIZATION 



Put a bunch of dedicated, creative, enthusiastic, 

and slightly crazy people together and chances are 

you will discover one of the better ways to publish 

a yearbook. The entire Tekoa staff worked 

diligently throughout the year to bring the campus 

the best annual they could create it meant 

long hours at times until 4:00 a.m. it meant 

missing parties, sleep, classes, and other meetings 

but most importantly it meant that the staff 

cared enough to devote their time to a publication 

which would record the history of Westfield State 

for another year, hand down to posterity the 

unique moments which distinguished 1975 from 

other years, and to preserve the memories that all 

future alumni will cherish. 






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Editor, Mayre Ferriter, Photography Editor, Margo Gaudette and Sandi Hebenton, Typing Editors, 
Bonnie Campus, Business manager. Literary Staff: Gala Marianni, Diane Germani. Lay out Staff: 
Chris Sullivan, Cindy Banano, Barbara Murray, Mary Lepkowski. Photography staff: Fran LaPorte, 
Jeff Everding, Todd Benson . . . credits Dan Koziol (Hausamann Studio) John Lavoie (Westfield 
Evening News) Art: Tony Gillylan. Advisor: Mr. William Kirk. 






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Valerie Roberts — News Editor 
Mike Kirby — Business Manager 
Mr. Peter Mazza — Advisor 



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editorial board. Regular features such as the "Roving Reporter" and an inquiry into the quality 
of education at W.S.C. complemented each edition. Making history, the Owl was reputed to have 
been stolen, faced with a law suit, and published the first Student Senate results of faculty 
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The growing awareness of our Nation's economic problems has 
caused a renewed interest in the Economics Society. Students 
have gained interest in the society because of the many job 
opportunities that are open to economics majors. Careers in 
education, industry, and government are just a few possibilities. 
The society's sixty members with the aid of their advisor, Dr. 
Russ Bellico, have been instrumental in bringing various 
speakers to the campus — namely, Jack Anderson speaking on 
Washington D.C., Sam Bowles and Steve Welch, "A Radical 
Approach to Economics," and Dr. Gerald Gunderson, "Energy 
Crisis in Retrospect." 



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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

The Freshman Class, having only been recently organized by President Ann Flaherty, 
Vice President Lisa Moody, Secretary Mary Bradley, and Treasurer Kathy Shea has 
sponsored a few financially successful events in the short time they have had to work 
in. Between running a hot dog and soda concession at the home basketball games, 
selling carnations on Valentine's Day, and St. Patrick's Day, and co-sponsoring a Red 
Letter Dance with the Junior Class, they have raised over$450 for the Freshman Class 
Treasury. Their plans for the future involve sponsoring more dances. 








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The Sophomore class, headed by President Don Longo has sponsored several events during the year. The traditional 
Slave Day was one of their events. They also sponsored a Kaki Boom Dance, and the last dance of the year 
appropriately entitled The Last Dance. The Sophomore Class' other officers include Vice Pres. Dennis Call, Treas. 
Nancy O'Leary, and Sec. Brian Hull. 




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The Class of 1976 saw a fantastically 
successful financial year. Lead by President 
Larry Dutra, Vice President Chris Loud, 
Treasurer Donna Manello, and Secretary 
Janice Hetman, the treasury jumped from 
$300 to$l,900. The events the Junior 
Class sponsored met with much success. 
Beginning with the traditional Junior- 
Freshman Picnic, the class' events included 
the Halloween Costume Party, the highly 
enjoyable Winter Ball which, uniquely 
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Graduation was the key word for the Seniors this year as they went about 
raising funds to cover the costs through various beer parties and other events. 
Second semester brought us closer to Graduation with the traditional "Days" 
parties held on the sixth floor Ely. The Senior Ball at Elmcrest Country Club 
and a special week of Senior Activities dominated our final weeks at W.S.C. 
as we drew closer and closer to Sunday May 18, 1975. 




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better known as No Tell Motel and officially called the New Dorm 
has survived its first full year as a co-educational dormitory. What 
distinguishes it from the rest of the dorms on campus? Mattresses flying 
from third story windows, water fights, underwear flags, streakers, 2:00 
a.m. fire drills, and shining moons dotting the windows of various 
sections. Does it sound like everyone else's dormitory? Well, the dorm with 
the built-in keg does have some unique qualities. If you find yourself 
serenaded by the Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy in the early morning hours, or 
if you answer the phone and you find yourself talking to Ernestine in her 
search for Vito, you'll know you're in the New Dorm. 





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productive, rewarding, and entertaining 
year. A study room converted into an 
exercise area containing mats and 
equipment sparked an enthusiastic 
shape up fitness group. With excess 
dorm damage fees, the dorm council 
voted to purchase a new piano, which is 
frequently used, and to allocate funds 
for refurbishing the study rooms. These 
two study areas were painted by 
residents, new curtains were purchased 



and floors were carpeted, a nice learning 
atmosphere for everyone! Girls enjoy life 
in this dorm, according to Gary Hodge, 
the dorm director. There is a low theft 
rate, every one pays dorm damage fees 
which are often turned in to make new 
purchases. The position of Resident 
Assistant is often shunned in other 
dorms, at Dickinson this year, a record 
number of girls applied. Gary attributes 
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Davis Hall has established itself as a source of tradition. Take for example the 

tradition of fights — fist fights, water fights, section fights And didn't Davis 

establish the Party? Swirlies (both chocolate and unflavored) originated at Davis, as 

well as the monthly birthday parties and stereos at 2:00 a.m.? In the words of Tevye, 

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as it is affectionately called by it's residents is the center 
of campus life. Among its services and conveniences are 
sundecks, swimming pools in each bathroom, Chez Harvey, an 
intricate tunnel system to all vital buildings on campus, Marcus 
Welby and his angels of mercy, and the Avon Lady. 




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"I don't mind Bates. It's the only place we al! get to see each other." "I hate Bates. It's too loud and I can't read and 

I feel conspicious." "The food is good and also reasonable." — William Lowell. "It's too hot and the foods not worth the 

price." — John Guilfoil "It's much easier to run down here than to run over the S.U. "A combination of 'Hot L Baltimore', 

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"Nice place to visit, but I wouldn't want to stay here." —Speed 

"It's OK to sit down here and talk." - Blossom 

"I only go down there when the weather prevents me from walking to the 
Student Union." — Diane Germani 




"It's a shame that there is not only a 
division between commuters and dormers 
but also among the commuters themselves 
in that some hang-out at Bates and the rest 
at the S.U. Perhaps what W.S.C. needs is 
one huge dining complex for all students." 

— Gala Mariani 

"Even though the S.U. is 100 times nicer 
than Bates Cafeteria, the cafeteria will 
always be the place where commuters go. 
It's going to be this way as long as the 
commuters parking lot is behind Bates." 
— Kathy Stepanian 

"Commuters feel a sense of unity here." 

— Harvey Greenhut 




"The reason I come down is because I don't want to walk over to the 
Student Union." — Carol Jacques 

"They should definitely keep it open later!" 

"A needed Diversion." — Chris 

"It's a zoo." "Very noisy and lively." — Ray Peters 



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Geography 




"I like the caf, but I don't know why!" 

We've really cemented a lot ot friendships here 

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W.S. C.'S. ATTITUDE TOWARD NATURE 



One of the more active groups on campus, the Biology Club is open to all 

students interested in Biology and its related fields. The Club sponsored many 

speakers and activities. Dr. Webb (S.U.N.Y.) presented "Man's Attitude 

Toward Nature — An Ecologist's View." Dr. Silverstein (S.U.N.Y.) presented 

a lecture entitled "Chemical Communication Among Organisms." The Club 

also sponsored an excursion to the Nantucket Whaling Museum. Interested 

Biology majors also took part in the Eastern Colleges Science Convention. The 

Club has already spent much time arranging various, interesting activities for 

next year. This organization is a worthwhile asset for the college community 

because it gives the student insight into the world around him and encourages 

the individual to take an active part in his/her environment. 







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Geography 



"YOUR MOVE" 

Chess Club 

Joe Cotillo — president 

Joe Carvalho — vice president 

Richard Prince — secretary treasurer 

Dr. Lester Hutton — advisor 



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The Student National Education Association is the 

first professional organization prospective teachers 

are able to belong to. Affiliated with the Massachusetts 

Teachers Association and the National Education Association, 

S.N.E.A./Mass offers students the opportunity to play a role in 

what could easily be the biggest, most exciting change in 

education today . . . Massachusetts Education Reform. Members 

are encouraged to make use of the valuable services 

S.N.E.A. offers them such as research information, 

publications, senior handbook, and job listings. 

S.N.E.A.'s aims on campus include education 

conferences, programs, speakers, rap 

sessions, and community involvement. 




Students discuss plans for second semester reading and speech workshop, below: Lynn Demaris listens to a speaker, right: 
Mock Interview has large attendance. Mrs. Elizabeth Graves, advisor and Robert Jackman. 





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With the advent of the spring sun, girls again this year, 
flocked to the Scanlon Roof to catch the rays and get an 
early start on summer tans. The administration is concerned 
because the refuse situation on the roof is becoming a 
problem. Perhaps they should install rubbish cans and 
water fountains. 





Circle K is a service organization 

composed of a few hard working individuals. 

They organized 

the Bloodmobile drive several times 

each year. 

Members also participate individually 

in community services. 

A dance marathon, sponsored by members, 

had to be cancelled 

due to lack of participants. 

Unfortunately membership is small and therefore 

hampers major club activities. 

Another project, selling Rathskeller tee shirts, 

was a financial disaster. 






SPANISH CLUB 

The Spanish majors and minors on campus not only have the 
opportunity to learn about Spanish Culture during classtime, but 
after class as well by being members of the Spanish Club. These 
students are offered opportunities to participate in cultural events, 
conversation and fellowships not possible in the classroom. Under 
the advisorship of Maria Maris, the Spanish Club has been active 
in sponsoring cultural activities at the college. These events have 
included: La Tuna Universitaria de Barcelona (a group of musicians 
from Spain), a film entitled The Exterminating Angel, and a program 
of Puerto Rican dancing children. Members of the Spanish club 
committee include: Joanne Dixon and Diane Mastandrea as co- 
chairmen, Coleen Whalen, and Ron Gertowski. 





FRENCH CLUB 




Officers of the "Cercle Francais" Pres. Leona Doyle, Vice Pres. Kathy Dunn, Se 
Lindsay Lamoureux, Tres. Ellen Anderson. 







The main objective of the "Cercle Francais" is to provide it's 
members with social and cultural experiences valuable to 
language enrichment and learning. As a result, it is hoped 
that its members continue fostering better relations with 
French speaking communities and American-French 
communities. Under the advisement of Dr. Matteo Rovetto 
the French Club members attended "Le Roi Se Meurt" a 
French play by lonesco. They presented a French Soiree 
which consisted of skits, poems, and music. They also 
sponsored a speaker from the University of Massachusetts. 
All of the activities help to better acquaint the club 
members with French customs. 



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above: Beth O'Neill poses for a few whistles, above left: A visitor, John 
Stevens, stops for a drink, left: Dr. Robert Randolph, during a serious 
moment, talks with a student, below: Friends compliment each other 
on their choice of beverages, opp. pg: Dancers enjoy a wide variety of 
music, far right: Wake up Lonnie and Ann! 








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The annual Christmas Ball, held at the Sheraton Inn, was sponsored by the Junior Class. Guests enjoyed a delightful 
evening which included a delicious roast beef dinner, dancing, and the beautiful atmosphere which such an affair 
requires. 






PSYCHOLOGY CLUB TRAVELS AND SPONSORS 
LECTURES AND EVALUATIONS 



The function of the Psychology Club is to increase the intellectual 
capacities of students in the discipline of Psychology. According to 
President Barry Dennis, students should join the club because 
membership enlightens students to different realms of Psychology 
which can and will be valuable to deciding future vocations. Barry 
continues: "We begin each year as a tabula rasa, and therefore 
request and encourage student's ideas for activities to be held 
throughout the year." This year's activities included a trip to Gould 
Farm, a half-way house commune in Monterey, the Wheeler Clinic, 
Austin-Riggs Psychiatric Hospital, and a trip to Boston to see Dr. 
Buscolgia, author of the famous love tapes. The Psychology Club 
also conducts yearly evaluations of the Psychology department. The 
club also sponsored a lecture by Al Presso, the founder of Psycho- 
motor Therapy. Another activity sponsored by the Club was a debate 
concerned with the relevant and controversial topic of Sexism. 




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PHILOSPHYCLUB 

The Philosophy Club was founded with the idea of enabling students and 
faculty with an interest or a background in philosophy to participate in 
discussions of a cultural and philosophical nature. Their annual Philosophy 
Colloquia included events of culture, such as piano and vocal recitals 
involving persons from Smith College and Philosophy, such as 
presentations of philosophical papers. This year Mark Hagopian, professor 
of Political Science at A.I.C. presented his Critique of Individualistic Series 
of Political Obligation. In a Symposia on Science in the Prophetic 
Tradition, Westfield State's Michael Russo 
presented two papers. Also of Westfield State, Robert McGuigan, 
professor of mathematics presented two papers Models in Philosophy of 
Mathematics. All papers delivered at the Philosophy Symposia are tape 
recorded, transcribed, and eventually published in Westfield's journal of 
philosophy, Westfield Studies. 






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OUTING CLUB PROVIDES ACTIVE SCHEDULE 






The New Dorm went co-ed this year. 
One wing was devoted to male living 
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The Outing Club of W.S.C. was established in order to introduce members 
and new comers to a variety of outdoor recreational activities. Their basic 
interests lie in camping, hiking, and back packing, but they also are 
interested in snow shoeing, cross country skiing, and canoeing. The Outing 
Club has been in every New England state plus New York. The club 
sponsors an event every weekend plus three day weekends and week long 
vacations. In order to keep the Outing Club together, they meet every 
summer around the fourth of July. The executive board includes John 
Liptak, Robert Norton, Rosemary O'Brien, and Kathy Lenz. 




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LAMBDA IOTA TAU PROMOTES MEMBERSHIP 
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Dr. Abe Delson 
English 



Dr. George Camara 
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Lambda lota Tau is the International Honor Society in English which 
was founded at Westfield State College in 1970. Lambda is open to all 
junior and senior English majors and minors who have had at least 
twelve semester hours in English, who have achieved a 3.0 average in 
their English courses and at least a 2.75 overall academic average. In 
addition to meeting these standards, a student must submit a creative 
or critical literary effort which must be accepted by faculty judges. 
This year, Lambda has sponsored colloquiums in censorship and "pop" 
poets. Lambda's speakers this year have included Earl Caldwell, David 
Manning White, and Richard Wordsworth. 



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The Weight Lifting Club or more appropriately the Health and Service Club 

was organized for interested students who wish to culture the body as well 

as the mind. According to president, Steve Fetherman, the club was 

organized to realize the physical potential of its members. The members 

are in the process of reorganizing the club so that next year they will be 

involved in competitions. The club members along with advisor Gary 

Hodge are hoping for more involvement from all members of the college 

community. Offices this year were president — Steve Fetherman, vice 

president — Bill Sullivan, secretary — Jean Moura, treasurer — Joan 

Moura, and Advisor — Gary Hodge. 



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Kappa Omicron is the Westfield State College chapter of 
the International History Society, Phi Alpha Theta. 
Membership into the society is by invitation only. 
According to chapter advisor, Dr. Frederick Harling, 
students must have completed at least eighteen hours in 
History with better than a "B" average in two thirds of 
their remaining courses. The society sponsors informal 
meetings to discuss historical themes. The members of 
Kappa Omicron also participate in local, regional and 
international conventions at which their papers are read. 
In addition, Kappa Omicron competes for chapter of the 
year and prize paper awards. This years officers were 
president — Theresa Harrison, vice president — Debbie 
Sansouey, treasurer — Martin Fitzgerald, and secretary 
— Terry Dowell. 



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Led by Sensai (chief instructor) John Piccolomini, the Karate Club, 

which is not Student Senate funded, is made up of people interested 

in learning the art of Karate. According to one member, karate helps 

the individual build confidence in him/her self, acquire oneness of 

mind and body and acquire extreme body control. The class drills in 

various Kata (forms) and techniques of the martial art of Gashu-ru, 

Japanese Karate. All the club members are extremely skilled individuals 

who have been awarded many trophies for their excellance in the art 

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The purposes of the Third World Organization are to promote interracial understanding and airing of views, to encourage social activities among 

the membership and the college community, to provide information on the black experience to the college community and to conduct programs which 

will carry out the above purposes. Black History Week in February is sponsored by the Third World and celebrated annually at W.S.C. through 

plays, lectures, films, art displays and dance performances as well as other activities that serve to promote the purposes of the organization. 

With growth in the membership of the organization activity has increased and numerous activities and benefits have been planned for the future. 

The Third World Room is located in the basement of Ely, room 002. 




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Co-chairpersons of Freshman Orientation 
were Chris Loud and Walter Moriarty (of 
Big Pickle, Mae West fame) Justin 
Romano did a strip tease on a Scanlon 
cafeteria table top. Some say he left 
his watch on The Desatations provided 
entertainment Rich Correia and Tom 
Stanton were notorious for their beer 
parties in Davis Commons Room Remember 
Jim Dandy? Boy met girl, etc. on 
blind trust walks, elbow communications, 
trust circles John Piccliomini and 
Frank Frigoletti demonstrated Karate 
in what one freshman described as "the 
most memorable event of Orientation." 



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The Freshmen flocked to Stanley 
Park as they prepared for their 
first big fling at W.S.C. Harvey 
Allen set up shop amid the pine 
trees in the park and lines formed 
for the annual barbeque supper. 
After supper, groups could be 
found strolling the park or taking 
part in the relay races going on 
between the members of the Freshmen 
and Junior classes. 




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Opposite Left: Rocky Pleasant 

Opposite Right: Fran Sowa 

Lower Left: Mr. Phil Shepardson 

Leslie Heines 

Ann London 

Lower Right: Larry Tatro 








"You're on!" That was the official word from Washington D.C. after 
7 years of struggling to get an F.M. station on campus. According 
to W.S.K.B.'s station manager, Phil Lewis, the most important func- 
tion of the station is "to improve campus communication." Besides 
playing music, the station broadcasts news, special events, Roving 
Reporter interviews and monthly talks from President Randolph. Dr. 
Ted Scott and Phil Shepardson served as advisors for the radio station. 
Mr. Shepardson stated that "the station has unlimited license which 
means we can broadcast 24 hours a day. How much more we expand de- 
pends upon the personel involved." So everybody out there, Tune In! 



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An immediate impression of Slave Day from one 
freshman was, "If I didn't participate, I 
thought I'd get a swirly." A swirly is de- 
fined as getting one's hair washed in a 
toilet. Auctioneers Don Longo and Dean Burt 
turned Scanlon's table tops into a slave 
market. Among those who showed off their 
physical and intellectual prowess were two 
girls who did the bump, two males who flexed 
their beautiful bodies, and the highest 
priced slave, Maria Barot who delighted the 
market with her conversational Spanish. The 
afternoon trade had one bright spot — a 
mooner. The bidding rose until he flashed a 
front mooner. The bidding dropped to 5 c . 



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Queries of Who's Chris? and Where is he going? were heard 
all over campus in the days preceding Chris' Bon Voyage 
Party. But whether you knew that the party was for Chris 
Columbus or not didn't matter because from 9-1 the Student 
Union was kept alive with people dancing, singing and chugg- 
ing beer. Billy White provided the entertainment and once 
again he proved to be the hit of the evening. Not even 
broken beer taps which caused long delays in getting served 
could dampen the enthusiasm that characterized this Happy 
Hour! 







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The Student Council For Exceptional Children is a service organization made up of people interested in the 
field of special education. According to Rick Mclnerny, president of C.E.C., the function of the organization 
is "to increase public awareness and acceptance of exceptional children; to assist in the development of 
professional growth and professional standards for future teachers; provide service to children in the 
community; and to facilitate an interchange among disciplines." When asked why he joined C.E.C., Jim 
Dillon responded "Every year C.E.C. has a national convention. This year the convention will be in Los 
Angeles. Not only do you get the opportunity to see and hear many well known lecturers and pick up 
material, you can also set up job interviews at the convention. Being a senior, this could be quite 
advantageous for me." 





Jesus said, "I am the way, the 
truth and the life, no one comes 
to the father but through me." 



(John 14:6) 



Jim Eliot 



"He is no fool who gives what 
he cannot keep, to gain what 
he cannot lose." 









The Bible Study Group is an organization made up of committed 
Christians who believe that the solution to all man's problems are 
found in the person of Jesus Christ. The group is one of the most 
active groups on campus enabling each student and faculty member 
the clear opportunity to find truth. "Empty Pockets" and a lecture 
by Josh McDowell were two activities sponsored by the Bible Study 
Group this year. 




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S.E.C.S. OFFERS VALUABLE SERVICE 




Davis Hall sponsored a private St. Patrick's Day Party. People 
enjoyed the beer and festivities which included painting various 
appendages green! It would not be appropriate to include pho- 
tographs, we'll let you wonder why. 










S.E.C.S. is a Sex Education and Counseling Service available to Westfield 
State College Students. The purpose of this group is to dispense 
information to fellow students who have problems or questions related to 
sex such as: abortion, venereal disease, contraceptive devises, problem 
pregnancies, sexual identity, gay awareness, and community services, 
where to go for pregnancy tests, pap smears, and V.D. testing. The 
information concerning these areas is made available through well trained 
students, films, rap sessions, debates and lectures. 




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Dance Marathons have become an enjoyable way to raise money for 
various worthy causes such as the March of Dimes. The last 
marathon held this spring failed because of small attendance. One 
couple danced for several hours. The marathon was cancelled due 
to lack of interest. This is just another tribute to apathy at Westfield 
State College. 



Deodorant supplies dwindled in the town of Westfield as girls 
were forced to omit showers during a week long sewer back up 
in Scanlon Hall. Care for a swim in the mail room? 



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above: Students swarmed to both Clean Living 
and other concerts sponsored this year such 
as Screaming Magrew and James Montgomery, 
tar left: Earl Caldwell, a newspaper columnist 
at a lecture. He was sponsored by Lambda lota 
Tau, the English Honor Society. 




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Debbie Tosti — President 

John Mahoney — Vice President 

Steve Goulet — Secretary 

Pat Findlen — Treasurer 

Debbie Nunes — Parliamentarian 









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"I sometimes wonder why we stay up 
late planning, preparing, and making 
materials, only to be criticized for look- 
ing tired." 



top: Pat Findlen and Steve Goulet express 
themselves, left: Senators, who are elected by 
the student body are engrossed in a discussion. 
Meetings are held each Tuesday evening and 
attendance is stressed. Three strikes and 
you're out. opp. pg. bottom: Deb Tosti and John 
Mahoney, Senate leaders. 









EVALUATIONS AND EDUCATION REORGANIZATION 





Kenneth Bowser 
Sociology 



William Dennis 
Mod. For. Lang. 






Campus-wide concern about the quality of educa- 
tion at Westfield State caused Student Senate to 
fiercely struggle for faculty evalutions. After a long 
battle, fifty-eight faculty agreed to be evaluated by 
their students. Senators believe future evaluations 
will be more successful. Senate established a com- 
mittee to consider the reorganization of the three 
education departments. A final decision wasn't 
reached by the close of Spring semester. 



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Chez Josephs has become a traditional setting for the 

annual Senate Awards Banquet. And well it should 

because the meal and atmosphere are unexcelled. 

Providing jazz and rock, the band entertained the 

dancers who bumped, jitter-bugged, jived, moved or 

bounced (halters). A few of the surprises like bare 

feet, revealing dresses, and two professors of the year 

broke tradition. 











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If you're looking for an activity that is fun, unique and will give you a lifetime full of 
excitement, then join the Soaring Club. Even though it is one of the newest clubs on 
campus, enthusiasm is mounting rapidly. Not only does the club assist students in 
becoming qualified for a private pilot (glider) rating, it also affords lessons at half price. 
As advisor, Bob Lehan states "If one wants to learn to fly, this is the time. It will never 
be this cheap again." So give yourself a lift; join the Soaring Club. 



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Two of the many lecturers sponsored by the Student Union Lecture Committee are 
pictured here, above: Jan Leighton as George Washington, left: the Amazing Wermont. 
opp. pg. top: Gahan Wilson, Playboy cartoonist, middle and center: Instructors for 
the Mixology Course. 



I DON'T BELIEVE IT!! 






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History 



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History 





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Hard work and determination by the members of all Student Union 
Committees have provided the campus with many activities. Some of the 
lecturers presented by the Lecture Com. included Gahan Wilson, a 
"Playboy" cartoonist; David Toma, a detective who spoke until 2:00 A.M.; 
Thomas Noel as Mark Twain; Jan Leighton as George Washington; and the 
program "Who Killed J.F.K.?" The Concert Com. organized ten concerts 
two of which were Screaming Magrew and James Montgomery. Weekend 
films are presented free of charge by the Film Series Com. Occasional 
game room tournaments are held throughout the year. The Student Union 
Advisory Board is composed of the following students: David Dunbar, Evin 
Elgin, Zigmund and Paul Sieczkowski, Janice Jesperson, Chris Loud, Greg 
Teece, Don Mahan and Tom Stanton, Chairman, Dean Erickson, Vice- 
Chairman, and Douglas Carson, Secretary. Administrators and faculty: Bill 
Kirk, Don Ford, Phil Shepardson, and Sally Fuller. 



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Pictured above at the seven days party are Mary Lepkowski, Gail 
Martello, Jackie Miller, Mike Maclehannon, Debbie Frank, Ron Mez- 
war, Donna Cataldo and Kate Doyle, right: "Do the bump!" below 
left: Zig and Nancy take time out from dancing to relax??? below 
right: Marcelo and Goldie are unable to control themselves as Kit 
and Sandy perform for all spectators. 



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Partying is one thing seniors have learned how to 
do very well during the past four years. Most 
people found any excuse good enough for a party, 
but all of the countdown days parties were held in 
the Sixth floor, Ely. Just as there is always beer, 
there are always certain, shall we say, faithful 
partyers. One of these groups, known as the 
"Balls", is pictured below. Class officers Marcelo, 
Kit, Zig, and Barb deserve credit for the huge early 
morning clean-up jobs they completed. 







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Due to budgetary problems and complaints from faculty about exam studying time, the 
All College Picnic was shortened this spring and two days of activities were presented. 
Rain on Friday evening forced the picnic, concerts, and movies indoors. Saturday 
dawned sunny and the whole campus turned out for a relaxing day of parties, concerts, 
games, drinking and eating. 

After the evenings festivities were completed, some of the more sober individuals were 
able to watch the movies shown into the wee hours of the morning. Credit should be 
given to the hard working Student Union Committees whose efforts produced a great 
weekend for everyone. 



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Variety and entertainment were the keys to success for Black Culture Week. 

The Third World Organization sponsored a fashion show, speakers, a Karate 

demonstration, and a dance as part of their festivities. One Highlight, the 

Frank Hatcher dance group, sparked an enthusiastic audience response. 



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Michael Beard 



Donna Becker 



Jeffrey Becker 



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Kathleen Behaylo 



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Problems which distressed most seniors during the year were related to the economy. 
Education majors faced an over-flowing job market. Graduates left without summer job 
prospects. Seniors have loans to repay, some are getting married, others don't know 
what they want to do. Companies are not hiring. As the graduates leave they face a 
tough world. Perhaps future years will be more affluent, but for now, it looks doubtful. 



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Patricia Bein 



Francine Belch 



Linda Benoit 



Marie Benoit 



Todd Benson 




Joanne Berkel 



Robert Berriman 



Dana Billings 



Janice Blecharczyk 



Richard Bligh 




Cynthia Brainerd 



Vivian Brantley 



Paula Brown 



Sandra Buckman 



Edward Bullock 



Although attendance varied 
and was often small, those 
who participated really en- 
joyed themselves. It is hoped 
that this small beginning will 
be the start of a traditional 
senior week. 




The executive board for the Class of 75 was the first to initiate 
Senior Week. It was a planned week of activities including 
parties, a beach trip, Italian night, the Sophomore class spon- 
sored breakfast, organized evenings at local bars, and of course, 
graduation. 



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mories of the picnic at Stanley Park 
which was held in Harvey's Cafeteria. 





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Barbara Burke 



Deborah Burzdak 



Anne Capron 



James Carrington 




John Burke 



Richard Burke 



Deborah Busch 



Kathleen Campagna 



Patricia Cardoza 



Linda Carlson 



Shelley Burkhardt 




Bonnie Campus 





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Maureen Carney 




Douglas Carson 



Joseph Carvalho 



Donna Cataldo 






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As students explore this campus, they are apt to discover some rather 
interesting graffitti. It is reputed the following comment is scrawled in a stall 
somewhere at W.S. C: "as I slide down the banister of life, I will always 
remember W.S.C. as a sliver in my behind." Humorous perhaps, but hopefully 
it is not always true. 




Nancy Cataldo 



Deborah Cavra 



Monica Chaban 



Mary Chaffee 



Patricia Charest 




Georgia Chicklowski Katherine Choinski Susan Chojnowski Foteney Chones 



Nancy Churchill 




Diane Cieplinski 



Ann Condos 



David Coffey 



Ronnie Cohen 



Gayle Conklin 



Lee Connolly 



Mary Coleman 



Lynn Connors 



James Collins 




Lynn Cooper 



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Richard Correia 



Rae Crandell 



Patricia Crosbie 



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William Cosgrove 



Stephen Cote 



Mary Ann Coughlin 



Merrilee Crepeau 



Georgette Crescione 



Mary Cruickshank 



Eileen Cyran 



Mary Ann Czerpak 



Carleen Dahlke 



Karen Daisy 



Karen Dalecki 



Suzanne Dalessio 



Deborah Cowen 




George Cretecos 




Christy Dabkowski 




Marilyn Dalimonte 



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Seniors participated for the first time in a week of activities. About 
seventy people departed in a bus for Hammonasset Beach on Wednes- 
day, May 14. They had a great time and most came back with sunburns 
to prove it. 




Cynthia D'Amico 



Valerie Danek 





Richard Davis 





Cathrine Daly 




Patrick Daly 




Robert Danehy 




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It is reputed that students at W.S.C. 
drink more beer per capita than stu- 
dents at U. Mass. That is the opinion of 
the distributor who services both 
schools. 



Donna Delaney 



Claire Demery 




Dale Derwicki 



Ellen Desmarais 



Barbara Dietrich 



James Dillon 



Sebastian Dimauro 



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Mary Kate Doyle 



Laurel Dragon 



Edward Driscoll 



Paul Dubovik 



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"I think she was good, a little bit too much for W.S.C. 
right now, but it's time for someone Ijke that now 
anyway." 




Kevin Dudley 



Colette Duffy 



Geraldine Duffy 



Michael Dugas 



Michael Dulac 




David Dunbar 



William Dunlap 



Judith Dunlea 



Cynthia Dunlop 



Joseph Dupelle 




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Judith Duplease 



Mary Dupre 



Julie Eastwood 



Lynda Eddy 



Susan Edgecomb 




Susan Ellis 



Robert Everett 



Margaret Fallon 



Teresa Fedora 



Jean Fergie 



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Gary Ferst 




Maureen Fitzgerald 




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"I think the whole 
school is composed of 
alcholics." 




Patricia Fernandes 



Diane Ferrini 




Ann Fiorini 




Gary Fisher 








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Donna Flaherty 



Nancy Fogg 




Patricia Foley 



John Fortier 




Karen Francescon 



Deborah Frank 



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Robert Frazitta 



Denise Fugere 



Michael Fuller 




Donald Gagnon 



Paul Galey 




Claire Gdula 



Gary Gegenheimer 



David Gillert 



David Gilrein 



Diane Giuliana 





Mary Glabicky 



Karen Gladu 



Norman Gladu 



Mary Gloster 



Albino Goncalves 





Sandra Gramkowski 







Deborah Greene 



Lois Greene 



Harvey Greenhut 




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William Gulotta 



Kenneth Gunn 



Mark Hadeler 



Kathryn Hagan 



Maryellen Halpy 



Linda Hanberry 



Judith Hankins 



Melinda Hanzarak 




Debra Harrington 



Deborah Hart 



Marion Hass 



William Hayes 



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Sandra Hebenton 



Judith Heit 



Jacquelyn Hethcoat 



Eleanor Grigas 




Margery Haley 




Jeanne Harlow 




Lisa Hayward 




Evelyn Hiser 



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Maureen Hughes 



Nancy Hughes 



Michael Hursa 



Joseph Jackson 



Linda Jemiolo 




Christine Kedziorek 



Steven Kemp 



Joan Kermensky 



Janie Kilian 



Marjorie Kimball 




David Kopy 



Joanne Kosiba 



Deborah Kotfila 




Joanne Kowal 



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"It seems so quiet around here with all the underclassmen gone. I wish they 
could all stay." 




Susan Labossiere 



Sheryl Lambert 



Margaret Lapointe 



Michael Lally 



Mary Lambert 




Virginia Lamson 



Lillian Lapinski 




Frank Laquidara 



Marilyn Lavin 



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"Why did I get stuck tutoring first 
period every day?" 




"Help I'm being observed tomorrow, 
does anyone have a dress I can bor- 
row?" 




Debra Lavoie 



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Michele Lawler 



Janice LeBlanc 



Paula Lemieux 



Karen Lenkowski 




Mary Lepkowski 



Laura Lezon 



Warren Linclon 



John Liptak 




Darrell Lockwood 



James Lombard 



Margaret Long 



Donna Loomis 



Kathi Lovell 



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William Lownds 



William Loyd 




Carol Lussier 



Kathleen Lyons 



Nancy Magarian 



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Students were required for the first time in several years to bring up their 
trays. The Food Service Committee emphasized the overwhelming expense 
of daily cafeteria clean up. The soda machine was turned off and several 
meals were delayed until all trays were cleared away. Although there are 
a few slobs who still leave their trays, most people bring them up. 





Susan Majka 



Peter Malo 



Gail Martel 



Gail Martello 



Cheryl Mayforth 




Deborah Mazur 



Michael McElhannon 



Mary McGee 



Karen McCrath 



Anne Marie McLain 




Maura McNamara 



Audrey McNeil 



Ronald Meczywor 



Laura Michalik 



Jacqueline Miller 




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Maureen Mitchell 



Candyce Moore 



Constance Moore 



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"What do you mean Philip stabbed Valerie 
with a pen? Valerie come back here!!" 






Donna Morassi 



Streaking is not dead. During the movies at the All 
College Picnic five streakers aroused the audience 
who were beginning to fall asleep. 



Walter Moriarity 




John Needham 



Edward Mullarkey 



Pamela Murphy 



Barbara Murray 



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Robert Nevins 




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Kathryn Noel 




Kristine Newman 



Carol Noga 




Teresa Newman 



Kathleen Nolan 



"I have to make thirty-four cups with painted pumpkins and 
names. Does anyone know where I can buy orange paint at 
2:00 A.M.?" 







Elizabeth Noel 




Debra Nunes 




Susan Nye 



Paul W. O'Brien 



Alicia O'Connor 



Patricia O'Neil 



Patricia O'Rourke 








Carlene Osborn 



Bonnie Ouimet 



Susan Page 



Roxanne Palmer 



Marcelo Pantig 



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Judith Paolini 



Raymond Peters 




Cheryl Paradise 



Elizabeth Parisi 



Kathleen Parker 



Martha Peterson 



Joann Pettengill 



Carole Phelps 



Donna Pelczarski 




Ronald Pine 



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Bad days do occur. One student teacher got up and proceeded to spill 
coffee all over her pants. While rushing down the stairs after changing, 
she cleverly managed to drop twenty-six BINGO cards and ninty-nine 
multicolored disks. In addition, her notebook popped open and she chased 
lesson plans down the staircase. Upon arriving at her car she discovered 
her engine was stolen. When she walked into school at noontime, her co- 
op chided, well what's your excuse?" 



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Andrew Pink 




Richard Plasse 




Christine Plumley 



Joyce Pogodinski 



Ellen Polverini 




Kathleen Powers 



Jane Prescott 



Suzanne Prestia 



Judy Puliafico 



Linda Queen 



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Audrey Reed 




Jeffrey Reich 




Susan Remillard 



Judith Rheaume 



Ronald Richer 



Albert Richmond 



Sharon Rigoli 



New management in the Book Store caused some controversy this year. 
After an attempted boycott things settled down. It is business as usual 
now at the College Store. A three day side walk sale was held during 
the spring. 




Carolyn Rizzolo 



Kathleen Robak 




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Susan Rodrigues 



Marie Rogers 



Patricia Roberts 




Gary Rondeau 



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"Does anyone have an extra learning center lying around? 
Mine is due tomorrow." 



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Maryann Roos 



Maryann Rota 



Rosalyn Rueger 



Joseph Ryan 



Bonnie Schmidt 



Paula Schmitter 



Franklin Schutt 



Linda Schutt 



Patricia Rys 




Susan Schutt 




Joanne Sciarra 



Marie Sczurko 



Mary Sedlak 



Deborah Serra 



Jeffery Sharpe 








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Sharon Shaw 



Gloriajean Sheiber 



Alan Shepro 



Steven Shevlin 



James Shuffleton 



Karen Shugrue 



Sebastian Siano 



Zigmund Sieczkowski 



Laurie Silveri 






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Wayne Simeone 



Gerald Siska 



Carl Skeene 



Edward Sheridan 




Donna Shultis 




David Craig Silvius 





Joyce Skinner 







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The students at Juniper Park receive an exceptional 
education. Just think, after six years they have had 
thirty different teachers!!! 



Scanlon Hall girls are well prepared to handle fire drills. Early this spring two freak fires 
caused quite a disturbance in that dorm. One started in a vent near a laundry room, the 
other in a garbage truck which was parked behind the caf. 




Jane Slattery 



Kathleen Sniadach 



Donald St. Amand 



James Stygles 



Eric Smith 



Robert Smith 



Gail Smolkowicz 




Janet Snizek 



Francis Sowa 



Susan Spano 




Steven St. Jean 



Christine Stackhouse 



Cynthia Strenk 




Sharon Suffriti 



Deborah Sullivan 



Timothy Sullivan 



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Michael Swanson 



Susan Swistak 



Deborah Sylvia 



Barbara Taverna 



Judith Thorning 



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Christine Thurber 



Gary Tirrell 



Ann Tlumacki 



Eileen Torra 




Michefe Tuminelli 



Richard Turner 



Nancy Vander Meer 



Marcia Van der Wolk 



Brenda Walker 



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Michael Walker 



Stephen Webb 



William Weber 




Ruth Tucker 




Mary Ann Viveiros 




Paul Whalley 




Claire White 



Jane White 



Ronald White 



Kenneth Wilbur 



Lorrie Willette 



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"One more hour and I'm out of here forever." 



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Anne Wojnowski 



Beverly Wozniak 



Jane Wrinkle 




Jacqueline Zalewski 



Paula Zawalich 



Jane Zimmerman 



Nancy Zumwalt 




"I don't want to leave." 






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And smashed they were 

as the result 

of an open bar at the Elmcrest Country Club 

in Longmeadow. 

Guests managed to quench 

thirsts even with a mobbed bar and 

refreshment lines. 

"Chrisma" entertained in the 

unique double dancing area. 

There will never 

be another affair at the Elmcrest 

because too many 

people thought too much 

of the bud vases. Police didn't appreciate 

missing caps and badges either. 



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Last minute planning, one dress rehearsal, 
and a little beer finally resulted in the Sen- 
ior Variety Show. Acts ranged from folk 
songs, dancers, and singers to comedy and 
monologues. The "strutters" took first prize 
in the competition. But Phil Lewis as the 
"little man" proved to be the hit of the 
show as he clowned around intermittently 
between acts. 



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The traditional processional 

was thrown out the doors of Dever 

as seniors danced 

into Convocation 

to the tunes of Steely Dan. Teacher 

competency awards were distributed 

by Dr. Robert Saisi 

and Prof. Joseph Comerford. 

Fifteen wisdon and merit awards were 

presented to very deserving seniors. 



CARE TO DANCE? 
COME TO 

CONVOCATION! 




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The Class of 1975 was graduated from Westfield State College on 

the eighteenth of May at two-thirty in the afternoon. A beautiful 

day combined with the previous weeks activities bolstered high 

spirits and happy farewells. Speakers Mr. William Kirk and Ms. 

Nicki Giovanni delivered their memorable words to a thoughtful 

group of seniors. Marcelo Pantig, Class President, related his 

experiences at Westfield and wished that all seniors would regard 

graduation as a step forward toward the fruition of lifetime goals. 

Deborah Greene sang "You'll Never Walk Alone." Seniors departed 

with a variety of emotions that makes them individuals yet a sense 

of belonging which will always be remembered. 




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Possessed with years of experience 
and the creativity 

that stands for American Yearbook Company, 

Don Lendry, 
our representative, has inspired 
Tekoa 75 to a very successful year. 
The entire staff 
expresses their deepest appreciation 
for Don's excellent service 
and the quality yearbook 
which his company produces. 




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When business relationships 

become friendships, 

goals are accomplished with ease. 

The Tekoa 75 staff is 

indebted to Dan Koziol and Hausamann Studio 

for their cheerful helpful attitude 

and unfailing service. 

Dan has provided classes in photography and 

darkroom techniques, personal 

coverage whenever requested, and 

emergency service for those fatal deadlines. 

Many thanks for your great 

contribution 

to Tekoa 75. 



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\BBOTT, MICHAEL 
'9 Maiden St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

\CCETTA, MARYLOU 
107 Brooklyn St. 
i. Adams, Ma. 

IDAMS, BEN 

125 Layzon Brothers Rd. 

ndian Orchard, Ma. 

ILBANO, JAMES 
>0 Newton Rd. 
Springfield, Ma. 

\LLAH, KAMARI 
14 Brigham St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

\MEDEO, DOMINICK 
J2Shunway St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

^NDERSON.CAROLYN 

12 Knollwood Dr. 
E. Longmeadow, Ma. 

ANDREWS, BEVERLY 
385 Florence Rd. R.F.D. 

Northampton, Ma. 

\NDREWS, KRISTINE 
Warren Rd. 
: armingham, Ma. 
December 4, 1951 
3.S.E. El. Ed. 

\NGELIA, LINDA 
543 Roosevelt Ave. 
Springfield, Ma. 

USHE, EMMETT 
50 Stanson Dr. 
N.Attleboro, Ma. 

MWOOD. DIANA 
33 Vance St. 
Longmeadow, Ma. 

3AKER, JOYCE 

'owdermill Vlg. Bid. 9, #20 

Nestfield, Ma. 

3AKER. KENNETH 
14 Parker Ave. 
Nestfield, Ma. 



BARBIERI. ROSEMARIE 
Townhill Rd. 
Middlefield, Ma. 

BARNES, RICHARD 
11 Sumner Terr. 
Springfield, Ma. 

BARNEY, MAUREEN 
34 Holman St. 
Attleboro, Ma. 

BARSALOU, DAVID 
44 Ducharme Ave. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

BARTHELETTE, SUSAN MARIE 

25 Taylor St. 

Holyoke, Ma. 

June 2, 1953 

B.S.E. K-3/Spec. Ed. 

Kappa Delta Pi, President 

C.E.C. 

Friends in Learning 

Outing Club 

BEARD, MICHAEL L. 

11 Everdean St. 

Boston, Ma. 

November 19, 1952 

B.A. General Studies 

Cross Country, Captain (4) 

Track Team (1,2,3,4) 

O.S.U. Film Committee, Chairman 

Student Senate Library Committee 

BECKER, JEFFREY 
78 Old Coach Rd. 
Sudbury, Ma. 

BEEBE, PAUL 

396 N. Elm St. Apt. IF, Bldg. 2 

Westfield, Ma. 

BEHAYLO, KATHLEEN 
144 Elm St. 
Greenfield, Ma. 
August 14, 1953 
B.A. Psychology 
S.E.C. 

Psychology Club 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Dean's List 

"Live today, dream tomorrow and forget 
yesterday." 



BEIN, PATRICIA 
39 Maplewood St. 
Longmeadow, Ma. 
April 1, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 
Dorm Council 
Economics Club 

BELCH, FRANCINE 

132 Commonwealth Ave. 

Worcester, Ma. 

September 12, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed. 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Intramurals 

Dean's List 

Friends in Learning 

Psychology Club 

"Watch out for the rug, or you'll be eating 

your hat." 

BELEZARIAN, KEVIN 
94 W. Crystalbrook Dr. 
Springfield, Ma. 

BENOIT, MARIE A. 
Mt. Tekoa Apt. 5 
Russell Rd. 
Westfield, Ma. 
June 6, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Friends in Learning 
Intramurals 
C.E.C. 

BENSON, TODD 

43 Bowles Park 

Springfield, Ma. 

June 17, 1952 

B.A. Psychology and Music 

Student Union Board of Trustees 

Student Senate 

Group Leader 

Tekoa 

Jazz Ensemble, President 

Owl 

BERKEL, JOANNE 
6 Butler St. 
Westfield, Ma. 

BERRIMAN, ROBERTS. 
11 Pendleton Rd. 
Granby, Ct. 
March 23, 1953 
B.S. Criminal Justice 



Baseball (1,2,3,4) 
Soccer (1) 
Intramurals (1,2,3,4) 

BERUBE, LOIS 

450 Boston Post Rd. A 303 

Marlboro, Ma. 

BEST, TIMOTHY 
102 Cass Ave. 
W.Springfield, Ma. 

BILLINGS, DANA 
53 Burr Dr. 
Dalton, Ma. 

BISHOP, STEPHEN 
P.O. Box 85 
Monomonac Rd. 
Winchendon Springs, Ma. 

BLECHARCZYK, JANICE 
259 Query St. 
New Bedford, Ma. 
December 11, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 
Resident Assistant 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Friends in Learning 
Intramurals 

BLIGH, RICHARD 
4 Brookline Ave. 
Holyoke, Ma. 

BLISS, DEBORAH K. 
14 Arnold St. Apt. 312 

Westfield, Ma. 
May 8, 1951 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 

BOCK, PAMELA J. 

Clayton Rd. 

Ashley Falls, Ma. 

May 26, 1952 

B.A. Music Education 

M.E.N.C, President 

Auto Repair 

Mass. Music Assoc. 

Symphonic Wind Ensemble 

Jazz Ensemble 

Girls Glee Club 

Intramurals 

BODDIE, LIZABETHANNE 
4 Bunker Hill Rd. 
Leicester, Ma. 
April 4, 1953 



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6.A. Mathematics 

Math Club, Secretary-Treasurer 

Intramural* 
S.N.E.A. 
N.E.A. 
M.T.A. 
Dean's List 

BOGDANOWICZ, LAURA 
208 Nevins Ave. 
Longmeadow, Ma. 

BOILARD, PAULA 
509 Beacon Cir. 
Springfield, Ma. 

BOISVERT, SHERRY 
95 Deslauriers St. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

BOMBARDIER, PAUL 
19 Marshall Ave. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

BONGIOVI, CHARLES 
84 Shamrock St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

BONNER, BRIAN 
172 Tisdale St. 

Leominster, Ma. 

BRAINERD, CYNTHIA 
9 North St. 
Granby, Ma. 

BRANTLEY, VIVIAN 
37 Stebbins St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

BREEN, JUDITH 
15 Linden St. 
Pittsfield, Ma. 

BROWN, DAVID 
59 Meadow St. 
Westfield, Ma. 

BROWN, PAULA K. 

395 S. Main St. 

Attleboro, Ma. 

February 9, 1953 

BSE. El. Ed. 

Dorm Council 

Inter-dorm Council 

S.N.E.A. 

Dean's List 

Teacher Competency Award 



BUCKMAN, SANDRA H. 
41 Florence Rd. 
Northampton, Ma. 
February 8, 1954 
BSE. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 
Student Senate Rep. 
Outing Club 
Intramurals 
C.E.C. 

BULLOCK, EDWARD J. 

15 Bellefontaine Ave. 

Framingham, Ma. 

November 11, 1952 

B.A. Mathematics 

Economics Society, Vice-President 

Chess Club 

Math Club 

Davis Hall Vice-President (4) 

Derm Council 

Track Team 

Cross Country 

BURKE, BARBARA 
37 Walnut Rd. 
Chelmsford, Ma. 

BURKE, JOHN 
716 North St. 
Pittsfield, Ma. 

BURKE, RICHARD 
231 Marrett Rd. 
Lexington, Ma. 
October 3, 1953 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Intramurals 
Basketball (1) 
Baseball (1) 

BURKE, WILLIAM 
41 Mountain Ave. 
Norwood, Ma. 

BURKHARDT, SHELLEY 
369 College Highway 
Southwick, Ma. 

BURRAGE, LAURIE 
17 Holland Ave. Apt. 1 
Westfield, Ma. 

BURZDAK, DEBORAH 
54 Davis St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

BUSCH, DEBORAH 
11 Marsh Ave. 
Worcester, Ma. 



BUSHIOR, RONALD 
310 Oakland St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

CABRA, DEBORAH 
35 Crestwood St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

CAMPAGNA, KATHLEEN 
54 Forest St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

CAMPUS, BONNIE ANNE 

183 Oak St. 

Franklin, Ma. 

February 19, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed. 

Smiling Faces Bowling League (2) 

Intramurals (1,2,3,4) 

Tekoa Yearbook (2,3,4) 

CANON, ROBERT 
18 Anderson Ave. 
Holyoke, Ma. 

CAPRON.ANNEM. 

99 Edged St. 

Gardner, Ma. 

June 23, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 

Smiling Faces Bowling League 

Intramurals 

C.E.C. 

S.N.E.A. 

CARDOZA, PATRICIA 
22 Upland St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

CARLSON, LINDA 
297 Franklin St. 
Quincy, Ma. 

CARNEY, MAUREEN ANNE 
375 Chandler St. 
Worcester, Ma. 
December 30, 1953 
B.A. Mathematics 
Intramurals 

CARRINGTON, JAMES ALBERT 
68 Valley View Dr. 
Westfield, Ma. 
September 17, 1952 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Criminal Justice Club 
Intramurals 



CARSON, DOUGLAS "KIT" 
10 Hayward Rd. 
Wayland, Ma. 
February 1, 1953 
B.A. French/Sec. Ed. 
French Club (1,2,3,4) 
Student Senate (2,3) 
Elections Committee (2,3) 
Class Secretary (3) 
Class Vice-President (4) 
Student Union Advisory Board (4) 
Circle K 

CARTER, ROBERT 
29 DucharmeSt. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

CARVALHO, JOSEPH III 

106 Butternut Hollow Rd. 

W. Springfield, Ma. 

August 28, 1953 

B.A. History 

Historical Journal of Western Mass., 

Business manager and member of 

Editorial Board (2,3,4) 
History Club (1,2,3,4), Pres. (4) 
Phi Alpha Theta (3,4) 
Archives Committee (4) 
Bicentennial Committee (4) 
Owl, Bus. and Circulation Manager (2) 
Chess Club (1,2,3,4), Vice Pres. (4) 
Friends in Learning (1) 
Commuter Council, Secretary (1) 
Concert Choir (1) 
Men's Chorus (3,4), Vice. Pres. (4) 
Bridge Club (4) 
International Relations Club (4) 

CASS, CAROL 
150 Rumford Ave. 
Mansfield, Ma. 

CATALDO, DONNA 
102 King St. 
Franklin, Ma. 

CATALDO, NANCY 
39 Mann Ave. 
Needham, Ma. 



CERASA, BARBARA 
152 Savoy Ave. 
Springfield, Ma. 

CHABAN, MONICA 
416 East St. 
Chicopee, Ma. 






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CHAFFEE, MARY ANN 

461 Main St. 

Oxford, Ma. 

September 15, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 

Dorm Council 

Arkansas Exchange Student 

Overseas Student Teaching 

S.U. Lecture Committee, Chairman 

Class Vice-President (3) 

S.N.E.A., State Secretary 

Intramurals 

Exchange Committee 

S.U. Program Council 

Food Service Committee 

CHAREST, PATRICIA 

873 Springfield St., Apt. 14 

Feeding Hills, Ma. 

CHOfNSKI, KATHERINE 

Church St. 
Sturbridge, Ma. 

CHOJNOWSKI, SUSAN MARIE 

6 Conner Ave. 
Westfield, Ma. 
May 5, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 
Friends in Learning 
Intramurals 

CHONES, FOTENEY 
38 Algonquin Place 
Springfield, Ma. 

CIEPLINSKI, DIANE 
34 Berkshire Ave. 
Southwick, Ma. 

COFFEY, DAVID 

7 Dana Park 
Hopedale, Ma. 
March 7, 1953 
B.A. History 

Phi Alpha Theta, Vice-President (4) 
Kappa Delta Pi 
History Club 

Historical Journal of Western Mass., Edi- 
torial Board 
Davis Hall Vice-President (4) 
Dorm Council, Senior Rep. 
Economic Society 
Radio Club 
Concert Choir 
Intramurals 



COHEN, RONNIE 
30 Eagle Dr. 
Sharon, Ma. 

COLEMAN, MARY 
6 Friend St. 
Hingham, Ma. 

COLLINS, JAMES 
18 Bray Park Dr. 
Holyoke, Ma. 

COLLINS, WILLIAM 
116 West AlvordSt. 

Springfield, Ma. 

CONKLIN, GAYLE ELIZABETH 

20 Van Horn St. 

W. Springfield, Ma. 

July 19, 1953 

B.S.E. General Sxience 

Alpha Psi Omega (3,4) 

Kappa Delta Pi (3,4) 

Footlighters (2,3) 

Commuter Council, Secretary (3) 

Friends in Learning (2) 

CONNELLY, E. LEE 
172 Nobscussett Rd. 
Dennis, Ma. 
December 19, 1953 
B.A. Art/Sec. Ed. 
Scanlon Dorm Council 
Art Club 
Ceramics Club 
S.N.E.A. 

Exchange Program 
Tennis Team 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Dean's List 
Photography Club 

CONNORS, LYNN 
10 Hampshire St. 
Pittsfield, Ma. 

COOPER, LYNN 
35 Main St. 
Florence, Ma. 

CORREIA, RICHARD 
9 Carter St. 
Hudson, Ma. 

COSGROVE, WILLIAM 
27 Carolyn Dr. 
Danvers, Ma. 
August 31, 1952 



B.S. General Studies 
Cross Country (1,2,3,4) 
O.S.U. Film Committee 
Library Committee 
Cross Country, Co-Captain 

COSH, MADELYN ELIZABETH 

5 Comey Ave. 

Foxboro, Ma. 

October 6, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 

Intramurals (1,2,3,4) 

Varsity Tennis (1,2) 

Varsity Basketball, Manager (2) 

Dean's List (1,2,3,4) 

Scanlon Dorm Council (3) 

Scanlon Secretary (3) 

S.U. Travel Committee (3,4) 

Exchange Student, Delta State U. (4) 

COTE, STEPHEN 
70 Emerson Rd. 
Longmeadow, Ma. 

COUGHLIN, MARY ANN 
29 State St. 
Westfield, Ma. 
December 10, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 

COWEN, DEBORAH 
259 Marrett Rd. 
Lexington, Ma. 
September 26, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Women's Glee Club 
Intramurals 

CRAWDELL, RAE 

Moore St. 

Ludlow, Ma. 

December 3, 1953 

B.A. ENGLISH 

Tekoa: Staff (1), Lay-Out Editor (2), Asst. 

Editor (3), Editor-in-Chief (4) 
S.N.E.A. (1,2,3), Secretary (4) 
Concert Choir (2,3) 
National Council of English Teachers of 

America (3,4) 
Food Service Committee (3) 
Friends in Learning (4) 
Dean's List (2,3,4) 
"Knowledge comes, wisdom lingers." 

CRANE, TIMOTHY 
Blandford Rd. 



Huntington, Ma. 

CREPEAU, MERRILEE 
98 Converse St. 
Longmeadow, Ma. 

CRESCIONE, GEORGETTE 
Drury Lane 
Easthampton, Ma. 

CRETECOS, GEORGE 
84 Pine St. 
Danvers, Ma. 

CROSBIE, PATRICIA LEE 

23 Tallawanda Dr. 

Worcester, Ma. 

June 15, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 

Scanlon Rep. (2,3) 

Elections Committee 

Communications Committee 

French Club (1) 

Exchange Student — Arkansas Tech. 

Tekoa (2) 

Exchange Committee, Chairman (4) 

Owl (1,2,3) 

Kappa Delta Pi (4) 

Piaggi's Children's Theater (1) 

Dean's List (1,2,3,4) 

Radio Station (2) 

S.N.E.A. (4) 

Circle K (4) 

Friends in Learning (2,3) 

CRUICKSHANK, MARYLOU 

57 Sherwood Ave. 

Danvers, Ma. 

January 30, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 

Dean's List 

Dorm Council 

Friends in Learning 

Spec. Ed. Student Awareness Comm. 

Intramurals 

Foreign Student Teaching 

CYRAN, EILEEN 
49 Stonina Dr. 
Chicopee, Ma. 
September 22, 1953 
B.A. History 

CZERPAK, MARY ANN 
636 S. Westfield St. 
Feeding Hills, Ma 



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D'AMICO, CYNTHIA 
19 Bracewell Ave. 
N. Adams, Ma. 
October 10, 1953 
B.A. Psychology 
Dean's List 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Psychology Club 
Friends in Learning 

D'ISIDORO. JEAN 
434 Chamberlain St. 
Holliston, Ma. 
June 17, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 
Intramurals 
Glee Club 

Friends in Learning 
Dean's List 
S.N.E.A. 

DABKOWSKI, CHRISTY 
1349 Spruce St. 
Suffield, Ct. 
August 29, 1953 
B.A. Art 
intramurals 
Art Club, President (2) 
Drawing Club 
Ceramics Club 
Personna 

DAHLKE, CARLEEN 
392 Gifford St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

DAISY, KAREN 
8 Roseville Ave. 
St. James, N.Y. 
October 1, 1953 
BSE. El. Ed./Spec Ed. 
C.E.C., Vice-President 
Scanlon, Vice-President 
Resident Assistant 

DALECKI, KAREN 
56 Lynebrook Rd. 
Springfield, Ma. 

DALESSIO, SUZANNE 
11 Reardon St. 
Quincy, Ma. 

DALIMONTE, MARILYN 
7 Emmanuel Ave. 
Webster, Ma. 
September 6, 1953 



B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 
Dean's List 

DALY, CATHRINE 

126 Union, Bldg 12, Apt. 18 

Westfield, Ma. 

DALY, PATRICK 

126 Union, Bldg. 12, Apt. 18 

Westfield, Ma. 

DANEHY, ROBERT 
22 Holly Rd. 
Braintree, Ma. 

DANEK, VALERIE 
5 Sycamore St. 
Westfield, Ma. 

DAUNIS, MICHAEL 
37 Saratoga St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

DAVIS, RICHARD 
34 Greenwood Rd. 
Sudbury, Ma. 

DEACON, RUTH 
140B Miller St. 
Westfield, Ma. 

DEBACHER, DALE 
94 George St. 
Westfield, Ma. 

DEBARROS, AUDREY 
15 Partridge Dr. 
Springfield, Ma. 

DEFILIPI, JOAN 

114 Warregan St. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

DELANEY, DONNA 
63 Fairfield St. 
Pittsfield, Ma. 

DELORIA, BRUCE 
36 Hillside Ave. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

DEMERY, CLAIRE 
118 St. Jerome Ave. 
Holyoke, Ma. 

DERWICKI, DALE 
Foamer Rd. 
Southampton, Ma. 



January 23, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Dean's List 

DESMARAIS, ELLEN MARIE 
64 Hinckley St. 
Northampton, Ma. 
October 15, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 
Dean's List 
S.N.E.A. 

DIDUK, ROBERT 

18 South St. 

Agawam, Ma. 

July 21, 1953 

B.S. Criminal Justice 

Commuter Council, President (4) 

Bridge Club (3,4) 

DIETRICH, BARBARA J. 

1081 West St. 

Pittsfield, Ma. 

November 17, 1953 

B.A. English 

S.I.M.S. (1,2), Vice-Pres. (3), Pres. (4) 

Dickinson Dorm Council 

Philosophy Club, President 

Resident Assistant 

Lamda lota Tau 

DILLON, JAMES 
848 Roosevelt Ave. 
Springfield, Ma. 

DILLION, WILLIAM 
83 Magnolia Terr. 
Springfield, Ma. 

DIMAURO, SEBASTIAN 
732 Belmont Ave. 
Springfield, Ma. 

DISCIULLO, MARGARET 
39 Everett St. 
Norfolk, Ma. 
November 11, 1953 
B.A. Mathematics 
S.N.E.A. 
Intramurals 
Math Club 
Friends in Learning 
Dorm Council 



DOLAN, ROBERT J. 
44 Gould Ave. 



JR. 



E.Walpole, Ma. 

February 9, 1953 

B.A. Psychology 

S.E.C.S. 

Soccer (3,4) 

Volleyball (3,4) 

Basketball (1,2) 

Lacrosse (1,2,3,4) 

Psychology Club (1,2) 

New Dorm Resident Assistant 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Intramurals 

Dean's List 

Juniper Park Swimming Program (3) 

"Live life to the hilt but don't get 

caught on the blade." 

DOMBKOWSKI, BARBARA 
259 Cold Spring Ave. 
W. Springfield, Ma. 



DONALDSON, WILLIAM 
56 Oswald Ave. 
Pittsfield, Ma. 

DONNELLY, BARBARA 
654 Meadow St. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

DONNELLY, STEPHEN M. 
14 Farm Rd. 
Sherborn, Ma. 
October 31, 1953 
B.A. Social Science 

DONOGHUE, DANIEL 
50 Stony Brook Rd. 
Springfield, Ma. 

DONOVAN, PAUL 
61 Western Ave. 
Westfield, Ma. 

DONOVAN, SANDRA 
61 Western Ave. 
Westfield, Ma. 

DOSCHER, KEVIN 
447 High St., Apt. 4 
Dalton, Ma. 

DOW, PAMELA CARTER 
45 Irvington Rd. 
Somerville, Ma. 
June 22, 1953 
B.A. History/Sec. Ed. 
Intramurals (1,2,3,4) 



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Kappa Zappa Crappa 



Owl (2,3) 

International Relations Club, Vice- 

Pres. (3), Pres.(4) 
Model U.N. (3,4) 

Christmas Ball Comm., Chairman (3) 
Senior Ball Comm. (4) 
Phi Alpha Theta (3,4) 

DOWNEY, BARBARA M. 
66 Columbus Ave. 
Holyoke, Ma. 
August 29, 1953 
B.A. Spanish 
Intramurals 
Dorm Council 
Spanish Club 
Dean's List 

DOWNIE, STEPHEN 
13 Clinton Ave. 
Westfield. Ma. 

DOYLE, JOHN E., Ill 
126 Edgewood Ave. 
Chicopee, Ma. 
March 10, 1953 
B.A. History 

Economics Society (3,4) 
Archives Committee (3,4) 
History Club (3,4), Treasurer (4) 
Intramurals (2,3,4) 
Phi Alpha Theta (4) 
Historical Journal of Western Mass., 
tonal Board 

DOYLE, LEONA 
184 Langevin Ave. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

DOYLE, MARY KATE 
15 Weymouth St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

DRAGON, LAUREL ANN 
142 Deerfield Dr. 
Florence, Ma. 
August 28, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 
S.N.E.A. 
Dean's List 
Kappa Delta Pi 

DRISCOLL, EDWARD 
140 N. Main St. 
Florence, Ma. 

DUBOVIK, PAUL NOEL 
212 Ontario Ave. 



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Holyoke, Ma. 
February 16, 1953 
B.A. History 

Archives Committee (3) 
Kappa Delta Pi (3,4) 
History Club, Vice-President (3,4) 
Dean's List 

International Relations Club (4) 
Historical Journal of Western Mass., Edi- 
torial Board (3,4) 
M.K.B. 

DUDLEY, KEVIN 
307 Scantic Rd. 
Hampden, Ma. 
October 24, 1952 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Intramurals 

DUGAS, MICHAEL 
331'Main St. 
Easthampton, Ma. 

DULAC, MICHAEL 
136 Lancashire Rd. 
Springfield, Ma. 

DULAK, BERNICE 
85 Maple St. 
Ware, Ma. 

DUNBAR, DAVID 
68 Marianne Rd. 
Waltham, Ma. 

DUNLAP, WILLIAM KANE 

114 Beverly St. 

N. Andover, Ma. 

December 6, 1953 

B.A. History 

History Club (1,2,3), Secretary (4) 

Phi Alpha Theta (3), Secretary (4) 

Friends in Learning (2,3) 

International Relations Club (4) 

Archives Committee (1,2,3), Pres. (4) 

M.K.B. (3,4) 

Historical Journal of Western Mass., 

Editorial Board 
Westfield Bicentennial Committee 



DUNLOP, CYNTHIA J. 
62 Grape St. 
Chicopee, Ma. 
March 11, 1953 
B.A. Social Science 

DUPELLE, JOSEPH 
Worthington Rd. 
Huntington, Ma. 










DUPLEASE, JUDITH ANN 

93 High St. 

Winchendon, Ma. 

June 12, 1953 

B.A. English/Sec. Ed. 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Friends in Learning 

S.U. Special Events Committee 

Dickinson Dorm Council 

Students Internat. Meditation Society 

Dickinson Safety Committee 

DUPRE, MARY 
115 Richview Ave. 
S. Hadley, Ma. 

DURNING, JOHN 
489 Shrewsbury St. 
Holden, Ma. 

EDDY, LYNDA 
107 Oregon St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

EDGECOMB, SUSAN 
97 Tremont St. 
Newington, Ct. 
February 25, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 
Gymnastics Team (1,2) 
Outing Club (3,4) 
Bible Study (2,3,4) 
Friends in Learning (2,3) 
Dorm Council (2) 

ELLIS, SUSAN 
107 Franklin St. 
Westfield, Ma. 

ENGEL, MARGARET 
265D New Ludlow Rd. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

ESTELLE, MARY 
Mountainview Dr. 
Huntington, Ma. 



EVERETT, ROBERT 
15 Avon Place 
Springfield, Ma. 
August 7, 1953 
B.A. History 
Concert Choir 

FALLON, MARGARET 
20 Fletcher St. 
Ayer, Ma. 




FEDORA, THERESA 
649 Buck Pond Rd. 
Westfield, Ma. 

FERGIE, JEAN 
166 Thalia Dr. 
Feeding Hills, Ma. 

FERNANDES, PATRICIA 
71 Charron Terr. 
S. Hadley, Ma. 

FERRINI, DIANE 
37 Leahaven Dr. 
Braintree, Ma. 

FERST, GARY 
22 Lynnwood Dr. 
Westfield, Ma. 

PILLION, MICHAEL 
11 Greenwich St. 
Ludlow, Ma. 

FIORINI. ANN M. 
Stockbridge Rd. 
Lenox, Ma. 
September 23, 1953 
B.A. Fine Art 
Gymnastics Club 
Photography Club 
Economic Society 

FITZGERALD, MAUREEN 

335 President Ave. 

Fall River, Ma. 

December 26, 1953 

B.A. Psychology and English 

Glee Club (1,2) 

Psychology Club, Treas. (2), Pres. (3,4) 

Gymnastics (2,3), Co-Capt. (4) 

Intramurals 

FLAHERTY, DONNA 
64 Nichols St. 
Norwood, Ma. 



FOGG, NANCY 
43 Homestead Rd. 
Holden, Ma. 
November 9, 1952 
B.A. General Studies 




FOLEY, DEBORAH 
51 Broad St. 
Westfield, Ma. 







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FOLEY, EDWARD 
392 Tokeneke Rd. 
Holyoke, Ma. 

FOLEY, PATRICIA 

82 P St. 

S. Boston, Ma. 

FONTAINE, PAULA 
20 Stebbins St. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

FORD, WESTLEY 
10 Atwater St. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

FORMAN, EDWARD 
14 Russell St. 
Hadley, Ma. 

FORTIERJOHN 
Austral Terr., Apt. 15 
Southampton, Ma. 

FOURNIER, BARBARA 
1503 Providence Rd. 
Whitinsville, Ma. 
November 7, 1953 
B.A. Mathematics 
Intramurals 
Math Club 
M.T.A. 
Dean's List 

FRANCESCON, KAREN 
Howland Rd. 
Assonet, Ma. 

FRANK, DEBORAH 
370 Belrose Lane 
Radnor, Pa. 

FRANZ, SHARON 
111 Warren Terr. 
Longmeadow, Ma. 

FRAZITTA, ROBERT 
36 Arnold St. 
Westfield, Ma. 

FUGERE, DENISE 
150 Millers Falls Rd. 
Turners Falls, Ma. 
January 10, 1954 
BSE. El. Ed. 4-6 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Chorus 



FULLER, MICHAEL 
245 Pratt St. 
Mansfield, Ma. 

FULTON, PAUL 
40 Mylod St. 
Norwood, Ma. 

GALEY, PAUL 
6 Post Rd. 
Lenox, Ma. 

GAMBLE, LINDA 
30 Marion St. 
Wilmington, Ma. 

GAMMONS, MELISSA 
6 Coolidge Ave. 
Natick, Ma. 

GARNER, KATHY 
92 Holmes Rd. 
Pittsfield, Ma. 
November 29, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 

GATES, STEPHEN 
305 Loudville Rd. 
Easthampton, Ma. 

GAUDETTE, MARGUERITE R. 

Maritta Ave. 

Lee, Ma. 

August 1, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed. 

Friends In Learning (1,2,3) 

Girls Glee Club (1,2) 

Intramurals (1,2,3) 

Tekoa (2), Co-typing Editor (3,4) 

Dean's List (1,2,3,4) 

GAUGHAN, PAMELA L. 
32 Randall Dr. 
Suffield, Ct. 
B.S. Biology 
Biology Club 

GAWLE, SHARON 
14 Strong St. 
Easthampton, Ma. 
June 9, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 
Kappa Delta Pi 

GDULA, CLAIRE Y. 
124 College St. 
Chicopee, Ma 
July 4, 1953 



B.S.E. El. Ed/Spec. Ed. 
C.E.C. 

GEGENHEIMER, GARY 
230 Hope St. 
Mansfield, Ma. 
March 6, 1953 
B.A. Social Science 

Student Senate: Davis Rep (2,3) State Col- 
lege Coordinator (4) 
Phi Alpha Theta (3,4) 
Kappa Delta Pi (3,4) 
International Relations Club (3,4) 
Model U.N. (3,4) 
Variety Show (1,2,3,4) 
Varsity Volleyball (2,3,4) 
J.V. Soccer (1) 
Intramurals (1,2,3,4) 
Tennis Tournament (2,3,4) 

GILREIN, DAVID 
36 Northwood St. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

GIULIANA, DIANE 

78 Chesterfield Ave. 

Springfield, Ma. 

July 29, 1953 

B.A. Mathematics/Sec. Ed. 

Musical Theatre 

Children's Theatre 

Intramurals 

GLABICKY, MARY 
12 Pine St. 
Palmer, Ma. 

GLADU, KAREN RUTH 
145 Holyoke St. 
Chicopee, Ma. 
May 20, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 
S.N.E.A. 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Intramurals 

GLADU, NORMAN 
94 Praper St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

GLOSTER, MARY 
46 Althea Cir. 
Agawam, Ma. 

GODIN, BETSY 
45 Fort Hill Terr. 
Northampton, Ma. 



GONCALVES, ALBINO 
15 Bristol St. 
Ludlow, Ma. 

GONYEA, JUDITH 
56 Jefferson St. 
Westfield, Ma. 

GOODROW, RONALD 
915 Liberty St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

GOODWIN, MARY 
39 Franconia St. 
Springfield, Ma. 
November 16, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 

GRADY, MICHAELS. 
72WaldronRd. 
Braintree, Ma. 
February 9, 1950 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Intramurals (3,4) 
Veterans Club 
Lacross (4) 

GRAMKOWSKI, SANDRA 
61 Saratoga Dr. 
Pittsfield, Ma. 

GRANDY, THOMAS 
5 Woodsum Dr. 
Braintree, Ma. 

GREENE, DEBORAH MARGARETTA 
46 Vale St. 
Boston, Ma. 
September 21, 1952 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Varsity Volleyball (1,2,3,4) 
Cheerleader (1,2,3,4) 
Dickinson Dorm Council 
Girls Glee Club (1,2,3,4) 
Concert Choir (1,2,3,4) 
Orientation Group Leader (3) 
Varsity Gymnastics Team 
Third World 
S.E.C.S. 

GREENE, DIANNE 
74 Albert St. 
W. Springfield, Ma. 
October 12, 1953 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Intramurals 
Student Senate 



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GREENE, LOIS ELIZABETH 

408 Massasoit Rd. 

Worcester, Ma. 

May 29, 1953 

BSE. El. Ed. K-3 

Children's Theatre (2), Pres. (3) 

Musical Theatre Guild (2,3) 

GREENHUT, HARVEY 
5 Dunbar St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

GRIGAS, ELEANOR 
27 Crowningshield Rd. 
Worcester, Ma. 

GUBELLINI. SUSAN 
97 Hampden St. 
W.Springfield, Ma. 

GULBICKI, JOSEPH 
11 Boardman St. 
Worcester, Ma. 

GULOTTA, WILLIAM 
Box 307 Miller Ave. 
Sheffield, Ma. 

GUNN, KENNETH 
51 Dresden St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

HAGEN, KATHRYN 
63 Eagle Rd. 
Worcester, Ma. 
February 4, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 
Intramurals 

HALEY, MARGERY 
Main St. 
Groton, Ma. 
August 1, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 

HALLIDAY, MARTHA 
Ashby West Rd. 
Fitchburg, Ma. 

HALPY, MARYELLEN 
21 Caldwell Place 
Springfield, Ma. 

HANKINS, JUDITH ANNEMARIE 
23 Ledgelawn Ave. 
Lexington, Ma. 
March 24, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 



Intramurals 
S.N.E.A. 
Outing Club 

HANZARAK, MELINDA 
659 Churchill St. 
Pittsfield, Ma. 
June 20, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 
Dean's List 
• Captain Varsity Cheerleaders 
Kapp Delta Pi 

HARLOW, JEANNE M. 
53 Inman St. 
Hopedale, Ma. 
October 28, 2953 
B.S. Criminal Justice 

HARRINGTON, DEBRA 
180 Drexel St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

HARRIS, SHARLY 
81 Thatcher St. 
Brockton, Ma. 

HART, DEBORAH L. 

33 Delano Dr. 

Springfield, Ma. 

August 14, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 

A.C.L.D. 

C.E.C. 

S.N.E.A. 

Dean's List 

Intramurals 

HASS, MARION MARGARET 
100 Cherrelyn St. 
Springfield, Ma. 
August 13, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 

HAYES, WILLIAM E., JR. 
269 Loudville Rd. 
Easthampton, Ma. 
September 9, 1952 
B.A. English 
Reader's Theatre 
Golf Team (1,2,3) 
Intramurals (2,3) 
Footlighters (2,3,4,5) 

HAYWARD, LISA 
10 Breton Rd. 
W Upton, Ma. 
November 4, 1953 



B.A. Fine Arts/Sec. Ed. 

HEALEY, KAYE 
1005 Granville Rd. 
Westfield, Ma. 

HEBENTON, SANDRA 

34VanNordenRd. 

Reading, Ma. 

March 14, 1953 

B.A. History 

Phi Alpha Theta (4) 

Intramurals (2,3,4) 

Tekoa, Co-Typing Editor (3,4) 

History Club (2,3,4) 

Historical Journal of Western Mass. 

torial Board (2,3) 
Dean's List (2,3,4) 
International Relations Club (4) 
Model U.N. (4) 

HEBERT, ROMEO L. 
22 Lamb St. 
S. Hadley, Ma. 
September 21, 1945 
B.A. French 
French Club (1,2,3,4) 

HEIT, JUDITH J. 

37 Tiffany St. 

Springfield, Ma. 

November 25, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 

Concert Choir 

Girl's Glee Club 

Owl, Associated Editor 

Commuter Council, President 

Orientation Group Leader 

State Senate 

M.E.N.C. 

Food Service Committee 

Overseas Student Teaching 

Bridge Club 

I.A.C.G.C. 

Dean's List 

S.U. Board of Trustees Alternate 

HETHCOATJACQUELYN 
8 Glendale Rd. 
Enfield, Ct. 

HIGGINS, NANCY 
210 E. Allen Ridge 
Springfield, Ma. 

HISER, EVELYN J. 
P.O. Box 823 
E. Orleans, Ma. 



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B.A. Biology 
Intramurals 
Kappa Delta Pi 



HOGUE, KATHLEEN 
12 Meadow Lane 
Pittsfield, Ma. 

HOLM, K. SUSANNE 
Hardwick Rd. 
Petersham, Ma. 
September8, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 
Scanlon Dorm Council 
Intramurals 
Friends in Learning 
Dean's List 

HORACEK, SHERRY 
179 MaynardSt. 
Feeding Hills, Ma. 
B.A. Mathematics 
Girls Glee Club 
Concert Choir 
Intramurals 
Dean's List 
Math Club 

HORGAN, MICHAEL 
21 Barton St. 
Newburyport, Ma. 

HOWART, MARGARET 
77R High St. 

Rockport, Ma. 

March 9, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 

S.N.E.A. 

C.E.C. 

Friend's in Learning 

HRYCAY, DAVID 

116 WilmontSt. 
Springfield, Ma. 

HUGHES, NANCY KINGSLEY 

60 Colburn Rd. 

Wellesley Hills, Ma. 

February 1, 1953 

B.A. French 

Intramural Committee (1,2,3,4) 

Intramurals 

Scanlon Dorm Council (2), Treas. 

Vice-Pres. (4) 
Class Treasurer (3) 
Varsity Softball Manager (2) 



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Varsity Softball Manager (2) 
Exchange Committee (3) 
Exchange Student, Arkansas Tech 
Dean's List 
Blue Key 

HURSA, MICHAEL 
R.F.D. Rte. 22 
Canaan, N.Y. 



JALBERT, ROGER 
21 Emerald St. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

JEMIOLO, LINDA 

38 Russell Rd. 
Westfield, Ma. 

JOHNSON, KANDYCE 
46 Sanderson St. 
Springfield, Ma. 



JOHNSON, MARY ANNE 
72 Jamrog Dr. 
Chicopee, Ma. 
May 19, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 
S.N.E.A. 

KAAS, LESLEY 

English Vil., Apt. B5, Bldg. 11 

N. Wales, Pa. 



KALLSTROM, ROBERT 

9 Grant Ave. 

E. Walpole, Ma. 

KANA, ELIZABETH 
88 Southwick St. 
Feeding Hills, Ma. 

KAPINOS, KAREN ANN 

103 Laurel Rd. 

W Springfield, Ma. 

April 22, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 

Dean's List 

Delta Kappa Pi 

KARAS, MARIANNE 
112SheehanDr. 
Holyoke, Ma. 

KATOPIS, STELLA 

10 Daniel Dr. 
Chicopee, Ma. 
June 26, 1953 
B.A English 




KEDZIOREK, CHRISTINE 
106 Parker St. 
Indian Orchard, Ma. 

KELLIN, DEBORAH 
Kaolin Rd. 
Blandford, Ma. 

KEMP, STEVEN 
55 Colony Rd. 
Westminster, Ma. 

KERMENSKYJOAN 
98 East St. 
Hadley, Ma. 

KILIAN. JANIE L 

49 Mason Rd. 
Dudley, Ma. 
January 31 
B.A. General Studies 
Intramurals 

Scanlon Vice-President 
Student Senate 
Exchange Program 

"I like to think back on all the good times 
I had wasting good time." 



KIMBALL, MARJORIE 
Millers Falls Rd. 
Northfield, Ma. 
May 16, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 

KIRKWOOD, SHEILA 
7E Holland Ave. 
Westfield, Ma. 

KNIGHT, GEORGENE 
83 Ridgeview Dr. 
Feeding Hills, Ma. 

KOLENDO, JUDITH 

8 Logie Lane 
Southwick, Ma. 

KOPATZ, DEBORAH 

9 Grant St. 
Westfield, Ma. 

KOPY, DAVID 
667 Carew St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

KOSHINSKY, DANIEL 
86 Prokop Ave. 
Ludlow, Ma. 




KOSIBA, JOANNE 

16 West St. 

Adams, Ma. 

June 23, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 

S.N.E.A. (1,2), Vice-Pres (3), Pres. (4) 

Kappa Delta Pi (4) 

Friends in Learning (1,2,3) 

Symphonic Wind Ensemble (1,2) 

KOTFILA, DEBORAH JOYCE 
114 AHyn St. 

Holyoke, Ma. 
December 26, 1952 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 
Kappa Delta Pi 
S.N.E.A. 
Economics Club 



KOUSCH, DENNIS 
17 Prospect St. 
Westfield, Ma. 

KOWAL, JOANNE 
5 Orchard St. 
Northampton, Ma. 

KRAVITZ, RICHARD 
26 Middlebrook Dr. 
Springfield, Ma. 

KRAWCZYK, MAUREEN 
23 High St. 
Easthampton, Ma. 
February 10, 1953 
B.A. English 
Naraka 

Lambda lota Tau 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Alpha Psi Omega 
Persona 
Footlighters 
Student Senate 
Dorm Council 

KREPS, DAVID L. 
1 Mill St. 

Williamsburg, Ma. 
April 10, 1953 
B.A. Math 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Intramurals 
Dean's List 
Math Club 

KRONHOLM, KARYN 
10 Captain Rd. 
Wilbraham, Ma. 



KUC, THOMAS 
193 Hampshire St. 
Indian Orchard, Ma. 

KUSEK, ROBERT 
37 Woodland St. 
Wolyoke, Ma. 

LABOSSIERE, SUSAN T. 
30 Lake Shore Dr. 
W. Brookfield, Ma. 
November 7 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Intramurals 

LABREE, JEANNE 
Moss Hill Rd. 
Russell, Ma. 






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LAFRANCE, JOHN 
311 Old Farm Rd. 
Springfield, Ma. 

LALLY, MICHAEL 

17 Clare Dr. 

E. Northport, N.Y. 

LAMBERT, MARY 
28 Biltmore St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

LAPINSKI, LILLIAN M. 
38 E. Greene St. 
Easthampton, Ma. 
December 29, 1953 
B.A. Mathematics 
Bridge Club (3,4) 



LAPOINTE, MARGARET SUSAN 

18 White Birch Ave. 

Greenfield, Ma. 

November 8 

B.A. History 

Outing Club 

Phi Alpha Theta 

Bookstore Board of Cooperators 

Bookstore Board of Directors 

Dickinson Dorm Council 

LAPORTE, FRANCIS 
233 N. Main St. 
Webster, Ma. 

LARAMEE. GERALYN 
15 Rock Hill Lane 
Springfield, Ma. 






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LAREAU, DAVID 
390 East St. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

LAUFER, THOMAS 

112 Bloomfield Ave 
Windsor, Ct. 

LAVOIE, DEBRA 
11 Keddy St. 
Easthampton, Ma. 
July 22, 1953 
BSE. El. Ed. 4-6 
Kappa Delta Pi 

LAWLER, MICHELE FINLEY 

Prospect St. 

Lee, Ma. 

March 23, 1953 

B.A. English/Sec. Ed. 

Field Hockey 

Owl 

Orientation Group Leader 

Short Course Committee 

Admissions Committee 

Co-Curriculum Committee 

Glee Club 

S.N.E.A. 

LEBLANC, JANICE M. 

15 South Gate Ave. 

Westfield. Ma. 

May 1, 1952 

B.A. Social Science 

Community Services Program 

W.O.A. 

S.U. Travel Committee 

Student Senate 

Communications Committee 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Parking Committee 

Orientation Group Leader 

LEGACY, GARY 
90 Court St. 
Westfield, Ma. 

LEIBOWITZ, NANCY 
37 Grenada Terr. 
Springfield, Ma. 

LEMIEUX, CHRESANTHE 
700 Beacon Cir. 
Springfield, Ma. 

LEMIEUX, JOSEPH 
700 Beacon Cir. 
Springfield, Ma. 



LEMIEUX, PAULA 
100 Bryant St. 
N. Dartmouth, Ma. 
April 22, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 

LENKOWSKI, KAREN 
4 Bay Ave 
Easthampton, Ma. 

LENNAN, CYNTHIA 
32 Stonebrook Rd. 
Sudbury, Ma. 

LEPKOWSKI, MARY 
1697 Memorial Dr. 
Chicopee, Ma. 
December 24, 1952 
B.A. Mathematics 
Varsity Softball 
Intramurals 
Math Club 
Tekoa 

LEWIS, MICHAEL 
1 Charlton Rd. 
Dudley, Ma. 

LEWIS, PHILIP A. 

Derry Vlge., Unit 5B 

Derry, N.H. 

B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 

WWED Program Director 

WSKB Station Manager 

Intramurals 

Dean's List 

Davis Dorm Council 

LEZON, LAURA 
78 Ralph St. 
Springfield, Ma. 
November 11 
B.A. Music 
Outing Club 
Photography Club 
Square Dance Club 
Footlighters 
Children's Theatre 
Musical Theatre Guild 
Concert Choir 
Chorale 

Madrigal Singers 
M.E.N.C. 
Senior Varsity Show 

LILLY, THOMAS 
78 Whittier St. 
Springfield, Ma. 



LINCOLN, WARREN 
38 Ingel St. 
Taunton, Ma. 

LIPTAK, JOHN FRANCIS 

31 Brookline Ave. 

Feeding Hills, Ma. 

May 4, 1953 

B.S. Biology 

Soccer (3) 

Outing Club, President (4) 

LIST, ALAN 

15 Vi Mechanic St. 

Westfield, Ma. 

LOCKWOOD, DARRELL 
21 East St. 
Wrentham, Ma. 

LOMBARD, JAMES 

1140 Webster St. 

Needham, Ma. 

May 20, 1953 

B.A. Social Science 

Symphonic Wind Ensemble 

Brass Ensemble 

Outing Club, President 

Friends in Learning 

M.E.N.C. 

Inter- Club Council 

Footlighters 

Dean's List 

Bible Study 



LONG, MARGARET 
126 Union St., Bldg. 5, 
Westfield, Ma. 



Apt. 14 



LONGO, ROSEMARIE 
2071 Riverdale St., Apt. G3 

W. Springfield, Ma. 

LOOMIS, DONNA 
169 Wheeler Ave. 
Springfield, Ma. 

LOVELL, KATHI 
31 Wilson Ave. 
Westfield, Ma. 

LOWNDS, WILLIAM 
7 Lownds Ave. 
Easthampton, Ma. 

LOYD, WILLIAM 
95 Clough St. 
Springfield, Ma. 



LUCAS, ARDELLA 
340 East St. 
Suffield, Ct. 

LUSSIER, CAROL JEAN 
2 Payson Lane 
Easthampton, Ma. 
March 1, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 
Kappa Delta Pi 

LYONS, KATHLEEN 
SOSimard Dr., Apt. 4 

Chicopee, Ma. 

LYONS, LYNDA 
33 Grayson Rd. 
Winchester, Ma. 
June 22, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 

MACDONALD, VIRGINIA 
116 Belmont Ave. 
Springfield, Ma. 

MAGARIAN, NANCY 
15 Ruth Dr. 
Wilbraham, Ma. 

MAJKA, SUSAN 
749 Beacon Cir. 
Springfield, Ma. 

MALLETT, KATHLEEN 
68 Brittany Rd. 
Indian Orchard, Ma. 

MALO, PETER 

2 Crawford Ave. 

Chicopee, Ma. 

November 18, 1953 

B.S. Biology 

Biology Club (1,2), Sec. (3), Pres. (4) 

Chorale (4) 

Glee Club (3) 

Owl(l) 

MALVEZZI, LOUIS 
84 Clantoy St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

MARCELONIS, MARY 
17 Pearl St. 
Amesbury, Ma. 

MARTEL, GAIL ANNE 
39 Elm St. 
Southbridge, Ma. 



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B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 
C.E.C. (3), Secretary (4) 
Intramurals 

MARTELLO, GAIL 

10 Caflin St. 

Milford, Ma. 

November 29, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 

C.E.C. 

Mass. A.C.L.D. 

MARTIN, ANNE 
582 Hamden St. 
Holyoke, Ma. 

MARTIN, WILLIAM 
582 Hamden St. 
Holyoke, Ma. 

MARTINEAU, JEANNE 
17 Stebbins St. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

MAYFORTH, CHERYL 
800 E. Mountain Rd. 
Westfield, Ma. 

MAZUR, DEBORAH 
233 Russell St. 
Hadley, Ma. 

MCCARTHY, DENNIS 
570 S.Union St. 
Lawrence, Ma. 

MCELHANNON, MICHAEL 
Rte. 8, Box 677 
Pine Bluff, Ar. 

MCGEE, MARY 

29 Woodland St. 

Reading, Ma. 

February 4, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed./Sec. Ed. 

Varsity Volleyball (1,2,3), Capt. (4) 

Intramurals 

C.E.C. 

Scanlon Vice-President (3) 

MCGRATH, KAREN 
648 Riverside Dr. 
Florence, Ma. 

MCGRATH, WILLIAM 
4 Crestview Dr. 
Westboro, Ma. 



MCKENNA, MARYANNE 
242 Rosewell St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

MCLAIN, ANNE MARIE 

200 Chapel St. 

Holden, Ma. 

January 23, 1953 

B.A. Social Science/Sec. Ed. 

Psychology Club, Secretary 

Dean's List 

Phi Alpha Theta 

Concert Choir 

Girls Glee Club 

MCNAMARA, DEBORAH 
123 Floral St. 
Shrewsbury, Ma. 

MCNAMARA, MAURA 
130 Gayland Rd. 

Brockton, Ma. 

MECEZYWOR, RONALD 
82 Orchard St. 
Adams, Ma. 

MERZIDIAN, MARY-JO 
145 Redfern Dr. 
Longmeadow, Ma. 

MICHALIK, LAURA 

25 Ruth St. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

MILLER, JACQUELINE 
Box 186, R.F.D. 4 

Manchester, Ma. 

MINKUS, AGNES 
44 E. Silver St. 
Westfield, Ma. 

MITCHELL, MAUREEN 
39 Montrose Ave. 
Wakefield, Ma. 

MIZYED, KATY 

26 Ledyard St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

MOCCIO, JAMES 
222 S. Monson Rd. 
Hampden, Ma. 

MOHR, ROBERT 
33 Norman Terr. 
Feeding Hills, Ma. 



MONACO, GERALD 
36 Stebbins St. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

MONKO, DIANE 
43 Florence St. 
Westfield, Ma. 

MOORE, CANDYCEE. 

410 Pearl St. 

Brockton, Ma. 

October 10, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 

Dorm Council 

S.N.E.A. 

Intramurals 

Dean's List 

Teacher Competency Award 

4.0 Award 

MORASSI, DONNA M. 
540 Cooper St. 
Agawam, Ma. 
May 30, 1953 
B.A. Mathematics 
Bridge Club (3,4) 

MORIARITY, WALTER 
95 Pearl St. 
Newton, Ma. 



MORIN.ALTHEA 
8 Leyfred Terr. 
Springfield, Ma. 





MORIN, EDWARD MICHAEL 
20 E. Bartlett St. 
Westfield, Ma. 
September 13, 1953 
B.A. History 

Phi Alpha Theta (3), Pres. (4) 
History Club (3,4) 
Economics Club (2,3,4) 
Historical Journal of Western Mass., Edi- 
torial Board (4) 
Archives Committee (3,4) 
Student Senate, Commuter Rep (4) 
International Relations Club (4) 
Kappa Delta Pi (3,4) 

MORIZIO, JOHN 
13 Wilson Rd. 
Waltham, Ma. 



MORRELL, ELIZABETH 
19 King Philip Rd. 
Worcester, Ma. 
December 18, 1953 




B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 
S.N.E.A. (2,3,4) 
C.E.C. (2,3,4,) 
Kappa Delta Pi (3,4) 
Friends in Learning 

MORRIS, CHARLOTTE 
67 Scammell Ave. 
Pittsfield, Ma. 
November 3, 1951 
B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 
C.E.C. 

MOSHER, COLLIN 
349 Kings Highway 
W. Springfield, Ma. 

MOUNTAIN, ROSEMARY 
277 E. Center St. 
Lee, Ma. 
January 3o54 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 
Intramurals 

MOWDUK, DEBRA 
52 Sibley St. 
Three Rivers, Ma. 

MURPHY, DAVID 
1067 Burts Pit Rd. 
Northampton, Ma. 

MURPHY, JOHN 
849 Beacon Cir. 
Springfield, Ma. 

MURRAY, BARBARA A. 

137 Summer St. 

Lee, Ma. 

B.S.E. El. Ed. 

Class Secretary (4) 

Scanlon Hall Secretary 

S.N.E.A., Sec, Vice-Pres., El. 

Tekoa 

Food Service Committee 

Overseas Student Teaching 

Intramurals 

Friends in Learning 

NAGLE, ROBERT 
9 Jane Dr. 
Saugus, Ma. 

NAGORKA, FRANK E. 
346 E. Mountain Rd. 
Westfield, Ma. 
February 12, 1953 
B.A. English 



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NARTOWICZ. DONNA MARIE 
4 Porter St. 
S. Deerfield, Ma. 
December 7, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 
Varsity Softball 
Intramurals 
S.N.E.A. 

NASCIMBINI, NINA 

32 Greenacre Lane 

E. Longmeadow, Ma. 

May 19, 1953 

B.S. Physical Education 

Intramurals (1,2,3,4) 

Intramural Committee (2,3,4) 

P.E.M. Club, Treas. (4) 

Dean's List 

Varsity Basketball and Manager (2) 

Varsity Tennis and Manager (3) 

NATOLI, NANCY 
150 Senator Ave. 
Agawam, Ma. 

NEEDHAM, JOHN C. 
52 Governor Dr. 
Westfield, Ma. 
March 11, 1953 
B.A. Mathematics 

NEVINS, ROBERTA. 
31 Columbia Rd. 
Windsor, Ct. 
June 9, 1944 
B.S. Criminal Justice 

NEWMAN, TERESA 
25 Eagle St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

NIETUPSKI, JOHN 

114 Corona St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

NOEL, ELIZABETH 
81 Crystal Ave. 
Springfield, Ma. 
September 7, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 
Concert Chior 
Children's Theatre Guild 
Girls Glee Club 
Bridge Club 

NOGA, CAROL 
14 Harrison Ave. 
Chicopee, Ma. 



NOLAN, KATHLEEN 


Westfield, Ma. 


398 Park St. 


August 19, 1953 


Palmer, Ma. 


B.A. General Studies 


NORTON, ROBERT F. 


OROURKE, PATRICIA ANNE 


60 Horsepond Rd. 


499 Franklin St. Ext. 


Madison, Ct. 


Agawam, Mass. 


B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 


August 23, 1953 


Outing Club (1,2,3), Vice-Pres. (4) 


B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 


Kappa Delta Pi (3,4) 


Dean's List 


NUNES, DEBRAANNE 


OSBORN.CARLENE 


123 Whittenton St. 


9 S. Maple St. 


Taunton, Ma. 


Westfield, Ma. 


November 4, 1953 




B.A. Psychology 


OUIMET, BONNIE 


Student Senate, Class Rep. (1,2,3,4), Par- 


9 W. Colonial Rd. 


liamentarian (4) 


Wilbraham, Ma. 


Curriculum Committee 




Library Committee, Chairman 

Rules and Regulations Comm., Chairman 

External Degree Committee 


PAGE, SUSAN 
134 Lockland Ave. 
Framingham, Ma. 


S.U. Lecture Committee 




Psychology Club 

"To everything there is a season, and 


PALMER, ROXANNE 
20 Foxhill Dr. 
Westfield, Ma. 
June 23, 1953 


a time to every purpose under the 
Heaven." 




B.A. History 


NYE, SUSAN 


Phi Alpha Theta (4) 


Main St. 


PANTIG, MARCELO THOMAS, JR. 


Ashfield, Ma. 


1 Princeton St. 


February 16 


Newport, R.I. 


B.A. English 


December 15, 1953 




B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6/Spec. Ed. 


OBRIEN, PAUL R. 


Class Represenative (2) 


28 Fay Lane 


Class President (3,4) 


Northboro, Ma. 


Student Senate (1,2,3,4) 




Curriculum Committee (2,3,4) 


OBRIEN, PAUL WILLIAM 


S.N.E.A. 


20 Pine St. 


Friends in Learning 


Pittsfield, Ma. 


Dean's List (1,2,3,4) 


June 22, 1953 


Blue Key (2,3) 


B.S. Chemistry 


Student Senate Committees ( 1,2,3,4) 


Photography Club (1,2), Pres., (3,4) 




Curriculum Committee (4) 


PAOLINI, JUDITH 


Intramurals (1,2,4) 


143 Cedar St. 




Springfield, Ma. 


OCONNOR, ALICIA 


December 22, 1953 


36 Kenwood Terr. 


B.A. Art 


Springfield, Ma. 


Dean's List 


OCONNOR, MICHAEL 


PARISI, ELIZABETH 


45 Maple Circle 


4 Clay Ave. 


Shrewsbury, Ma. 


Everett, Ma. 




May 5, 1953 


ONEIL, PATRICIA 


B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 


89 Mechanic St. 


Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary 



C.E.C. 

Mass. A.C.L.D. 

PARLER, VALERIE 
10 Melrose St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

PELCZARSKI, DONNA 
73 Chapin St. 

Chicopee, Ma. 

May 25, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 

Class Vice-President (1,2) 

Blue Key 

Kappa Delta Pi 

S.N.E.A. 

PETERS, RAYMOND 
59 Artisan St. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

PETTENGILLJOANNM. 
25 DuBois St. 
Westfield. Ma. 
February 21, 1953 
B.A. English 

PHELPS, CAROLE ANN 

583 Britton St. 

Chicopee, Ma. 

November 19, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 

Kappa Delta Pi, Pres. and Vice-Pres. 

S.N.E.A. 

Economic Society 

Dean's List 

4.0 Award 

Teacher Competency Award 

PICCOLOMINI, JOHN 

59 Meadow St. 
Westfield, Ma. 

PINE, RONALD 
6 Plumley Circle 
Norwalk, Ct. 

PINK, ANDREW 
42 Church St. 
Westfield, Ma. 

PIRNIE, THOMAS 
108 Granger Dr. 
Feeding Hills, Ma. 

PLACZEK, STEVEN 
14 Vi Noble Ave. 
Westfield, Ma. 












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PLASSE, RICHARD 
262 Connecticut Ave. 
Springfield, Ma. 

PLUMLEY, CHRISTINE 
158 Bosworth St. 
W. Springfield, Ma. 

POGODINSKI, JOYCE 
43 Massachusetts Ave. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

POWELL, TERESE 
67 Western Ave. 

Westfield. Ma. 

POWERS, KATHLEEN 

Marble St. 

Lee, Ma. 

February 12 

B.S.E. El. Ed/Spec. Ed. 

Intramurals 

Dorm Council 

POWERS, PAUL 
15 Eugenia St. 
Randolph, Ma. 

PRESCOTT, JANE 
204 Sunny Hill Rd. 
Lunenburg, Ma. 

PRESTIA, SUZANNE 

121 Corey Col. Townhouses 

Agawam, Ma. 



PRZYBYCIEN, PAULINE 
6 Swan Ave. 
Ludlow, Ma. 

PULIAFICO, JUDY 
30 Elda Rd. 
Framingham, Ma. 

QUEEN, LINDA 
36 Avondale Rd. 
Longmeadow, Ma. 



QUENNEVILLE, ANITA MARIE 

778 Homestead Ave. 

Holyoke, Ma. 

May 22 

BSE. El. Ed/Spec. Ed. 

C.E.C. 

RAYM0N6, DEBRASUE 
Rice Fort Rd. 
Charlemont, Ma. 









March 11, 1953 


RIZZOLO, CAROLYN 


B.A. Art 


1890 Parker St. 




Springfield, Ma. 


REDFERN, HOWARD 




12 Emery St. 


ROBAK, KATHLEEN 


Chicopee, Ma. 


15 Stedman St. 




Chicopee, Ma. 


REED, AUDREY 




2071 RiverdaleSt. 


ROBERTS, PATRICIA 


W. Springfield, Ma. 


189 Champagne Ave. 




Chicopee, Ma. 


REICH, JEFFERY 




715 Williams St. 


RODIMON, MELISSA 


Longmeadow, Ma. 


23 Woodlawn Rd. 




Westfield, Ma. 


REMILLARD, SUSAN 




424 Hadley St. 


RODRIGUES, DONNA 


S. Hadley, Ma. 


42 Lombard St. 


May 22, 1953 


Springfield, Ma. 


B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 




S.N.E.A. 


RODRIGUES, SUSAN 


Friends in Learning 


168 Center St. 


Intramurals 


Ludlow, Ma. 


Kappa Delta Pi 
Dean's List 


October 19, 1953 


B.A. Mathematics/Sec. Ed. 




Math Club 


REX, LINDA 


Kappa Delta Pi 


30 Clinton Ave. 


Dean's List 


Holyoke, Ma. 


S.N.E.A. 


RHEAUME, JUDITH 


RONDEAU, GARY 


27 Kennedy St. 


163 Mary Coburn Rd. 


Chicopee, Ma. 


Springfield, Ma. 


RICHARDS, JAMES 


ROOS, MARYANN 


19 Grayson St. 


128 Drexel St. 


Boston, Ma. 


Springfield, Ma. 


RICHARDSON, NANCY 


ROTA, MARY ANN 


Bardwells Ferry Rd. 
Shelburne, Ma. 


209 Union St. 


Marlboro, Ma. 




January 3, 1953 


RICHER, RONALD 


B.S.E. El. Ed. 


3 Leary Ave. 


Intramurals 


Chicopee, Ma. 


Dean's List 




Overseas Student Teaching 


RICHMOND, ALBERT 


Glee Club 


88 Mt. Hope St. 


S.N.E.A. 


Dedham, Ma. 






RUEGER, ROSALYN 


RIGOLI, SHARON ANN 


134 Warren Ave. 


233 Main St. 


Marlboro, Ma. 


N. Andover, Ma. 


May 15, 1953 


December 3, 1953 


B.S.E. El. Ed/Spec. Ed. 


B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 




S.N.E.A. 


RYAN, JOSEPH 


Kappa Delta Pi 


Prospect St. 


Dean's List 


Chester, Ma. 












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B.A. History 
Intramurals (1,2,3) 
Circle K (1), Sec.-Treas. (2,3) 
History Club (3,4) 
International Relations Club (4) 
S.U. Travel Committee (4) 
Alternate Resident Advisor (4) 

RYS, PATRICIA 
129 New Ludlow Rd. 
Granby, Ma. 

SADAK, MARY ANNE 
23 BeauchampSt. 
Springfield, Ma. 

SAGAN, EILEEN 
PP Station Box 28 
Westfield, Ma. 



SALVA, GAIL 
205 Saratoga Ave. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

SANTIAGO, NICOLASA 
8 King Place 
Westfield, Ma. 

SATTLER, DEBORAH MARIE 
61 Arthur St. 
Holyoke, Ma. 
January 13, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 
C.E.C. 

SAWYER, JUDITH 
91 Seventh Ave. 
Chicopee, Ma. 
March 8, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 
Dean's List 
Outing Club 

SCHMIDT, BONNIE 

141 N. Main St. 

Florence, Ma. 

October 27, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 

S.N.E.A. 

C.E.C. 

Phi Kappa Delta 

SCHMITTER, PAULA J. 
417 East St. 
Easthampton, Ma. 
January 11, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 






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SCHUTT, FRANKLIN P. 
33 Kelso Ave. 
W Springfield, Ma. 
February 25, 1953 
B.A. Psychology 
Bible Study 
Christian Fellowship 
Psychology Club 

SCHUTT, LINDA 
1210 River Rd. 
Agawam, Ma. 

SCHUTT, SUSAN 
French Hill Rd. 
Yorktown Hgts., N.Y. 

SCIARRA, JOANNE 
38 Oak Hill Rd. 
Pittsfield, Ma. 

SCIBELLI, DENNIS 
40 Rush St. 
Springfield, Ma. 

SCOTT, DONALD 
3 Bay Ridge Rd. 
Auburn, Ma. 

SCZURKO, MARIE A. 

22 Thayer Ave. 

Auburn, Ma. 

April 18, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 

Glee Club 

S.N.E.A. 

C.E.C. 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Intramurals 

Friends in Learning 

Scanlon Dorm Council 

Dean's List 

Teacher Competency Award 

SEDLAK, MARY 
1 Hunting St. 
N. Attleboro, Ma. 

SENK, CYNTHIA 

19 Bush St. 

Westfield, Ma. 

July 27, 1953 

B.A. Psychology 

S.E.C.S. (4) 

Student Senate, Commuter Rep. (4) 

W.O.A. (3,4) 

Health Committee (4) 



SERRA, DEBORAH 
20 Woodcrest Rd. 
Springfield, Ma. 

SHARPE, JEFFREY M. 
Concord Rd. 
Lincoln, Ma. 
June 12, 1953 
B.A. General Studies 
Varsity Cross Country (2,3,4) 
Half of the Sunshine Couple 
Varsity Track (2,3,4) 
Tekoa (3,4) 

SHEIBER, GLORIAJEANE. 
Maple Ridge Dr. 
Somers, Ct. 
Februarv 15 
BSE. El. Ed. K-3 
S.N.E.A. 
Kappy Delta Pi 
Intramurals 
Friends in Learning 

SHEPRO.ALAN 

54 Wildwood Ave. 

Springfield, Ma. 

February 12, 1954 

B.A. Music/Ed. 

Radio Club 

Radio Theater 

Symphonic Ensemble 

Clarinet Choir 

Choral 

Glee Club 

Music Dept. Receiving Engineer 

SHERIDAN, EDWARD 
32 Fairmount St. 
Clinton, Ma. 
September 7, 1953 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Intramurals 
Criminal Justice Club 

SHEVLIN, STEVEN 
494 Hillside Ave. 
Holyoke, Ma. 

SHUFFLETON, JAMES G. 

66 Blanchard St. 

Gardner, Ma. 

December 16, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 

Photography Club (1,2,3), Vice-Pres. (4) 

Intramurals 



SHUGRUE, KAREN 
203 Ashley St. 
W. Springfield, Ma. 

SHULTIS, DONNA 

State Rd. 

Gt. Barrington, Ma. 

SIANO, SEBASTIANO 
188 N. Main St. 
E. Longmeadow, Ma. 

SIECZKOWSKI, ZIGMUNO J. 

32 Smith Ave. 
Ware, Ma. 
June 26. 1953 
B.A. General Studies 
Varsity Tennis (1,2,3,4) 
Student Senate (4) 
S.U. Advisory Board (4) 
Circle K (1,2,3,4) 
Class Executive Board (4) 
Musical Theatre Guild (3,4) 
Concert Choir (1,2,3) 
Concert Chorale (3) 
Senate Committees (4) 

SILVIUS, DAVID CRAIG 
Warren Rd. 
Brimfield, Ma. 
July 25, 1953 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Phi Alpha Theta 
Smiling Faces Bowling League 
Coalition Against World Starvation 
Photography Club 
History Club 
Intramurals 

Historical Journal of Western Mass. 
Editorial Board 

SIMEONE, WAYNE 
Worcester Rd. 
Barre, Ma. 

SIMISKY, EDWARD 
55 Maury Lane 
Shrewsbury, Ma. 

SISKA, GERALD 
Apt. 4, Sycamore St. 
Westfield, Ma. 

SKEENE, CARL 

161 Tallyho Or 
Springfield, Ma. 



SKELTON, ALYCE 

268 Blueberry Hill Rd. 
Longmeadow, Ma. 

SKINNER, JOYCE 
40 B Hadley Village 
S. Hadley, Ma. 

SLATTERY, JANE 
340 Florence Rd. 
Northampton, Ma. 

SMITH, ERIC 
14 Nevins Ave. 
Enfield, Ct. 

SMITH, MURRAY 
126 Union St., Apt. 19 
Westfield, Ma. 

SMITH, ROBERT E. 
2 Duncan Dr. 
Norwell, Ma. 
April 29, 1953 
B.A. Mathematics 
Club Hockey 
Intramurals 
Math Club 

SMOLKOWICZ, GAIL 
26 Raymond St. 
Ludlow, Ma. 

SNIADACH, KATHLEEN 

14 Cutler St. 

Webster, Ma. 

July 15, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 

C.E.C. 

S.N.E.A. 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Friends in Learning 

SNIZEK, JANET 

101 Chapin St. 

Chicopee, Ma. 

May 15, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 

Class Secretary (2) 

Intramurals 

C.E.C. 

Friends in Learning 

SOWA, FRANCIS M. 
19 Gary Circle 
Westboro, Ma. 
March 19, 1953 



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B.S. Criminal Justice 

WSK6, Program and Technical Dir. 

SPANO, SUSAN 

44 Colonial Ave. 

Chicopee, Ma. 

October 9, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 

S.N.E.A. 

Teacher Competency Award 

ST. AMAND, DONALD 
386 Grattan St. 
Chicopee, Ma. 

STACKHOUSE, CHRISTINE ANNE 

245 East St. 

Tewksbury, Ma. 

April 19, 1953 

B.A. Mathematics 

Intramurals 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Dean's List 

Math Club 

Dickinson Vice-President 

"I had the best time." 

STAPLES, THOMAS 
73 Beacon Cir. 
Springfield, Ma. 

STEELE, CHARLES 
105 Yale St. 
Springfield, Ma. 






STRENK, CYNTHIA 
24 Westwood Rd. 
Webster, Ma. 



STYGLES, JAMES C.W. 
22 Hartford St. 
Natick, Ma. 
February 2 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 
Cross Country 
Track 
Owl 

SUFFRITTI, SHARON 
259 Colemore St. 
Feeding Hills, Ma. 

SULLIVAN, ANNE 
1 Birchwood Ave. 
Saugus, Ma. 









SULLIVAN, DEBORAH 
46 Day Ave. 
Westfield. Ma. 

SULLIVAN, EILEEN 
57 Calumet Rd. 
Holyoke, Ma. 

SULLIVAN, MAUREEN 
95 Cliftwood St. 
Springfield, Ma. 



SULLIVAN, PATRICIA 

100 Edgewood Rd. 

Ludlow, Ma. 

April 22, 1952 

B.S. Physical Education 

Varsity Basketball (1,2,3,4) 

Varsity Field Hockey (1,2,3,4) 

Varsity Softball (1,2,3,4) 

Varsity Volleyball (1,2,3,4) 

P.E. Club, Vice-Pres. 

Intramurals 

SULLIVAN, TARALEE 

96 Bow St. 

Arlington, Ma. 

B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 

Outing Club (1,2,4), Vice-Pres. (3) 

Kappa Delta Pi (3), Treas. (4) 

SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY 
22 Stoddard St. 
Northampton, Ma. 

SURPRISE, BENJAMIN 
18 Dickens Dr. 
Westfield, Ma. 

SWANSON, MICHAEL ALAN 

320 Porter Rd. 

E. Longmeadow, Ma. 

January 13, 1954 

B.A. Mathematics 

Math Club 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Dean's List 

"If it's a new idea, a new invention 

or a new way of thinking, it should 

at least be brought into the open. 

We shouldn't have to keep carrying the 

same old burdens around." 

SWISTAK, SUSAN 
99 South St. 
Chicopee, Ma. 
November 28, 1953 






B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 

G.E.C. 

S.N.E.A. 

Intramurals 

Dean's List 

SYLVIA, DEBORAH JOYCE 
82 Aquidneck St. 

New Bedford St. 
July 19, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 
S.N.E.A. 
Intramurals 

TAVERNA, BARBARA 
18 Loomis Ave. 
Watertown, Ma. 

TENNEY, DAVID 
14 Willow St. 
Holyoke, Ma. 



THOMPSON, ROBERT 
4 Old Farm Rd. 
Westfield, Ma. 

THORNING, JUDITH 
87 Denwall Dr. 
Springfield, Ma. 
De-ember 23, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 
Glee Club (1) 

THURBER, CHRISTINE 
494 Western Ave. 
Westfield, Ma. 

TIRRELL, GARY 
21 Harold Ave. 
Westfield, Ma. 



TLUMACKI, ANN MARIE 

29 Farley Ave. 

Ipswich, Ma. 

February 23, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 

Intramurals 

S.N.E.A. 

Friends in Learning 

Dean's List 

Teacher Competency Award 

TODD, JEFFREY 
81 Springer Lane 
W. Yarmouth, Ma. 




TOMASKO, MICHAEL J. 
339 North Rd. 
Westfield, Ma. 
September 15, 1951 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Hockey 
S.E.C.S. 

TORRA, EILEEN 
55 Lowden St. 
Pittsfield, Ma. 

TRAINUM, LYNDA 
295 Elm St. 
Westfield, Ma. 



TUCKER, RUTH 
4 South St. 
Easthampton, Ma. 
August 30, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. K-3 



TUMINELLI, MICHELE 
295 Park Ave. 
Arlington, Ma. 
November 20, 1953 
B.A. English 
S.N.E.A. 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Friends in Learning 
Outing Club 

TURNER, RICHARD M. 
35 Carroll St. 
Springfield, Ma. 
B.A. Social Science 

TWOHIG, GERARD 
11 Spring St. 
Braintree, Ma. 

TYBURSKI, ERIC 
44 Pleasantview St. 
Ludlow, Ma. 

VAN DER WOLK, MARCIA 
441 Massachusetts Ave. 
W. Springfield, Ma. 
July 25, 1953 
B.A. Fine Arts 
Concert Choir 
Art Club 

Resident Advisor 
Art Dept. Student Rep. 

VANDER MEER, NANCY 
67 Duggan Cir. 



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March 10, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 
Concert Choir 

VANICK, GREGORY 
263 23rd. Ave. 
Brick Town, N.J. 

VOYIK, RONALD 
55 Oakridge 
Chicopee, Ma. 

WALKER, BRENDA 
98 Valentine St. 
Agawam, Ma. 

WALKER, MICHAEL 

28 Buckingham Ave. 
W. Springfield, Ma. 

WATSON, PATRICIA 
271 Elm St. 
Agawam, Ma. 

WEBB, STEPHEN W. 

29 Hillview Ave. 
Roslindale, Ma. 
October 2, 1953 
B.S. Criminal Justice 
Lacross (3,4) 
Criminal Justice Club 
Intramurals 

WEBER, STEPHEN 
50 Birch St. 
Dedham, Ma. 

WESTCOTT, BARBARA 
Algerie Rd. 
E. Otis, Ma. 

WHALLEY, PAUL 
159 Beauregard Terr. 



Chicopee, Ma. 

WHEELOCK, ARNOLD 
Upstairs, 90 Court St. 
Westfield, Ma. 

WHITE, CLAIRE M. 
30 Ewell Ave. 
Lexington, Ma. 
March 13, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 
Kappa Delta Pi 
Intramurals 
Dean's List 

WHITE, JANE 
Old Goshen Rd. 
Williamsburg, Ma. 

WHITE, RONALD 
East River Rd. 
Huntington, Ma. 

WILBUR, KENNETH 
Main St. 
Russell, Ma. 

WILLETTE, LAURIE 
135 Pearl St. 
Holyoke, Ma. 

WILLIAMS, ARTHUR 
S. Main Wsfld. Motel 
Westfield, Ma. 

WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH 
128 Navajo Rd. 
Springfield, Ma. 

WINN, JULIE 
Ma n St. 
Middlefield, Ma. 



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WIRTH, CHRISTINE 
9 Day St. South 
W. Granby, Ct. 
March 23, 1953 
B.A.Art 
Field Hockey 
Drawing Club 
Art Club 

Photography Club 
Friends in Learning 
Student Art Club 

WOJNOWSKI, ANNE E. 
Millville Rd. 
Mendon, Ma. 
September 22, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 4-6 
S.N.E.A. 

Friends in Learning 
Dean's List 

WOZNIAK, BEVERLY 
117 Parker St. 
Indian Orchard, Ma. 
October 15, 1953 
B.S.E. El. Ed. 
S.U. Travel Committee 
"To live and let live." 

WRINKLE, JANE 

81 Hillside Dr. 

E. Longmeadow, Ma. 

YEAGER, LINDA 
67 ParksideSt. 

Longmeadow, Ma. 

YOUNG, KRISTINA 
30 Fireglade Ave. 
Springfield, Ma. 

ZAJAC, BARBARA 
16 Ellendale Cir. 
Springfield, Ma. 



ZALEWSKI, JACQUELINE 
14 Cutler St. 
Webster, Ma. 

ZAWALICK, PAULA 

7 Winthrop St. 

Worcester, Ma. 

September 28, 1953 

B.S.E. El. Ed./Spec. Ed. 

Owl (1,2) 

Children's Theatre (1,4) 

Musical Theatre Guild (2), Sec. (3), 

Pres. (4) 
Friends in Learning (2,3) 
Radio Station (2) 
Exchange Student 
Circle K (3,4) 
C.E.C. (4) 

ZDROJKOWSKI, FRANCIS 
75 W. Canton Cir. 
Springfield, Ma. 

ZIMMERMAN, JANE 

564 Dewey St. 

W. Springfield, Ma. 

January 27, 1954 

B.A. Art 

Art Club 

Varsity Field Hockey (1,2) 

Varsity Basketball (1) 

Intramurals 

ZIPPIN, SANDRA 
1033 Sumner Ave. 
Springfield, Ma. 

ZUMWALT, NANCY 
69 Poole Rd. 
Suf field, Ct. 
January 17, 1953 
3.S.E. El. Ed. 
Dean's List 
S.N.E.A. 
Kappa Delta Pi 









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CONTRIBUTORS 




Jeff Sharpe 
Assistant Editor 

Suzanne Dalessio 
Literary Editor 

Mayre Ferriter 
Photography Editor 

Margo Gaudette 
Typing Editor 

Sandi Hebenton 
Typing Editor 

Bonnie Campus 
Business Manager 

Fran Laporte 
Jeff Everding 
Todd Benson 

Photography Staff 

Cindy Banano 
Chris Sullivan 
Barbara Murray 
Mary Lepkowski 

Lay out staff 

Gala Mariani 
DianneGermani 

Literary staff 

Tony Gillylan 

Art 

Mr. Bill Kirk 
Advisor 

CREDITS: 

Dan Koziol 

Don Lendry 

John Lavoie 

Beth Crandell 




It is unfortunate that more college students do not 

have the same feelings. 

The Tekoa 1975 staff has undoubtedly helped to 

dissolve the situation by its dedication 

and total commitment to the production 

of this fine annual. 

Our staff grew very close this year as their 

creativity, energy, and abilities merged 

to form an excellent yearbook. 

I hope you have enjoyed Tekoa 75. 

I believe it contains many improvements and a greater 

variety of pictures, information, art, 

special effects, and candids 

than have ever been included in previous books. 

The Crazy Line was difficult to complete 

but a very enjoyable aspect of the book for the 

staff to work on. 



Next year is going to be filled with reflections 

of the past, problems of the present, 

and hopes for the future. 

It is my most fervent wish that those who 

read Tekoa will not only realize the problems 

we faced, but also the school's 

vast potential 

for improvement in 1976. 

Apathy can be crushed, it is up to you. 

Can you meet the challenge? 

Rae Crandell 
Editor-in-Chief 



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